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|Jul-16-10|| ||SetNoEscapeOn: Taken together, tabbed browsing and Wikipedia are both the joy and the bane of all curious minds "suffering" from ADD.|
|Jul-16-10|| ||TheFocus: I once dreamed that I would one day become a Grandmaster.|
But that dream did not come true, so I dreamed of becoming an International master.
Didn't happen, so I dreamed of just becoming a Master.
Ditto, so I tried to become an Expert.
Something was lacking, so I dreamed of being just a Class I.
Guess what? Nada.
So on and on, until I dreamed of just getting a Class WXYZ rating.
Then I woke up and found out that I had wet the bed.
|Jul-17-10|| ||The Famous Chess Cat: <SetNoEscapeOn: Taken together, tabbed browsing and Wikipedia are both the joy and the bane of all curious minds "suffering" from ADD.>|
I wholeheartly agree!
|Jul-31-10|| ||just a kid: Deep thought...something that is impossible for me to do :)|
|Feb-14-11|| ||seeminor: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mhnD...|
|Feb-14-11|| ||Whitehat1963: It takes a big man to lose a game gracefully. It takes a bigger man to laugh at the loser.|
|Jul-01-11|| ||SetNoEscapeOn: "Don't put all your eggs in one basket."
But if one has only one basket...? How many baskets can one carry, anyway?
|Dec-22-11|| ||whiteshark: What we do in life echos into enternity.|
|May-15-12|| ||whiteshark: What is spare time when time is relative, Albert Einstein?|
|Jun-09-12|| ||PinnedPiece: One ponders why the Deep Thought page at CHessgames has only four pages of thoughts.|
What makes a thought deep? Is a deep thing desired? A deep valley makes travel difficult, and can separate things...
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What makes a thought deep? The deepest parts of the ocean are lifeless, oxygen-deprived, canyons of eternal darkness.
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What makes a thought deep? If you probe into the deepest, furthest recesses of man's physical brain, you enter his reptilian zone.
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What makes a thought deep? The most common phrase in English for being in a deep place is actually rather unpleasant and foul-smelling: I'm in deep d_ _ d_ _ now!
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What makes a thought deep? When we view deep space, we are looking at energy that has taken years or thousands of years to reach us. Does a deep thought take years to appear?
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What makes a thought deep for a computer? It has piled lots of calls on a recursion stack, and as often as not, if you are not careful, you crash.
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Perhaps deep thinking for me just means pondering questions I can't answer?
|Oct-02-12|| ||SetNoEscapeOn: The regular members of this site are the biggest fans of elite chess in the entire world.|
|Oct-20-12|| ||whiteshark: Time is a great teacher, but unfortunately it kills all its pupils...|
|Oct-20-12|| ||whiteshark: The road to success is always under construction.|
|Nov-05-12|| ||whiteshark: If Atheists are so bad then how come AtheistZilla never attacked Tokyo and Godzilla did?|
|Nov-05-12|| ||RookFile: Toykyo needs to have their buildings knocked down every 5 years. It's good for their economy, they get to rebuild them for next time.|
|Nov-05-12|| ||rapidcitychess: So if we are all nonexistent, and imagining everything, then how did you just tell my that I am imagining everything? Do I know I am imagining things, but I don't actually know?|
|Jul-02-13|| ||whiteshark: And now something completely off-topic:
"<Deep Thought> was a computer chess machine built at Carnegie-Mellon University in the 1980's. It was a predecessor to Deep Blue, the chess machine that defeated Garry Kasparov in a match. Neither machine exists at this time.
<Andreas Nowatzyk> was one of the contributors to the Deep Thought project while he was in grad school. A few years ago when he and I [<Tim Mann>] were both working for Compaq's research labs in Palo Alto, Andreas sent me a copy of Deep Thought's evaluation function tuning program and asked me to put it on the Web for him, since he no longer has an interest in computer chess. http://www.tim-mann.org/deepthought...
If you are interested in this material, you can download it here. Please don't ask me questions about it; I had nothing to do with developing it, and I don't have any information beyond what is on this page.
Explanation written by Andreas Nowatzyk in January 2000. http://www.tim-mann.org/DT_eval_tun...
Code download in tar.gz format. http://www.tim-mann.org/DT_eval_tun...
|Jul-02-13|| ||diceman: <whiteshark: If Atheists are so bad then how come AtheistZilla never attacked Tokyo and Godzilla did?>|
God only knows.
|Oct-12-15|| ||Esauwept: I can't find the supposedly well-annotated games between Kasparov and Deep Blue computer. Does anyone know what game collection they are in? Many thanks|
|Oct-12-15|| ||Howard: There's always the Informant. Otherwise, there's good commentary right here on this website, though (admittedly) you have to wade through a lot of spam-like comments.|
|Oct-12-15|| ||King Radio: The Pandolfini book on the match is pretty good, and it's pretty cheap.|
|Nov-04-17|| ||TheTamale: I used to think Deep Thought was an incredible machine. Then I noticed something missing... an utter paucity of 10-move demolitions of NN. Deep Thought might be a strong player, but it's no Greco.|
|Nov-04-17|| ||perfidious: In the US Open held at Boston 1988, I faced the silicon wretch and was put out at losing to it--in the very next round came the demolition job Deep Thought vs Igor Ivanov, 1988.|
|Nov-04-17|| ||saffuna: You couldn't pick up on the computer's tells?|
|Nov-04-17|| ||perfidious: Dang it, there weren't any! (laughs)|
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