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Full Name Eli Bendersky
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A new extensive chess programming tutorial Hello all, I began publishing a new chess programming tutorial. It follows my pet project of developing a chess playing agent from scratch. The tutorial is released in stages, as soon as I complete parts of the program. Each release includes... 
Posted March 12, 2004 7:28:18 AM
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Student status I began working through SICP last week and now I'm very happy to have found this discussion group! I only have about an hour a day for this, so the progress isn't very fast - especially considering that I solve all exercises in Common Lisp. My p... 
Posted June 28, 2007 1:57:50 PM
Introduction and Chapter 1 I began working through the book, solving all the exercises along the way in Common Lisp. Here is the relevant category: This can be used as a reference for exercise solutions to thos... 
Posted June 28, 2007 1:52:25 PM
Football Management Game A.I. Check out - ESMS is a soccer simulation for Play-by-email games. It is GPL so you can see the source code. 
Posted May 6, 2005 6:16:44 AM
Algorithmic Forays Part 6 Quote:Original post by porthios Hi, I started a regex parser before I read these articles (and had it working), but I must say that this is so far a nice series. Regular expressions can be confusing at times so you've done a good job of trying to... 
Posted November 17, 2004 1:02:22 PM
Algorithmic Forays Part 6 Quote:Original post by sirSolarius Quote:Original post by spur4444 We do break B and C. See the following: ~~~~~~~~ ... Yes, there are B and C. So we pick B and go over the process again and again, until all the sets that are states of the DFA... 
Posted November 17, 2004 12:51:40 PM
Algorithmic Forays Part 6 We do break B and C. See the following: ~~~~~~~~ ... C is added, unmarked, to dfa_states. Since all the alphabet symbols are done for A, we go back to the outer loop. Are there any unmarked states ? Yes, there are B and C. So we pick B and go ove... 
Posted November 12, 2004 2:46:49 AM
RS422 serial programming There is no difference from the software's point of view. Is it a PC program, or does it run on some embedded controller ? In a PC, the COM port is RS232, and you can plug a RS422 converter on it, the software knows nothing about it.... 
Posted September 24, 2004 4:39:33 AM
Algorithmic Forays Part 5 Thanks ! I'm a little worried about the "pace" of the articles which seems "killer" to me. I wonder if people with no previous experience in these topics manage to follow through... 
Posted August 20, 2004 3:53:43 AM
C++, finding the calling function? Check out: 
Posted July 25, 2004 1:09:54 PM
Algorithmic Forays Part 4 Quote:Original post by Box2020 This is a great set of articles but I must ask - Why not generalise the NFA class as a template with input type as a parameter, or is this part of the "KISS" principle? This is an indeed part of the KISS principl... 
Posted June 18, 2004 8:31:39 AM
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