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Category Archives: Chess
Most difficult chess problem
Neil Bickford has exhaustively searched the space of 5 × 4 slidingblock puzzles* to determine the one with the longest minimal solution. The unique result, which requires a whopping 235 moves, happens to be Bob Henderson’s Gauntlet puzzle: *subject to the … Continue reading
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3D chess is Turingcomplete
As promised, here is the remainder of the proof of the Turingcompleteness of threedimensional chess. In the first part, we introduced the rules; in the second part, we built structures to function as logic gates and wires. Counter machines Instead of … Continue reading
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Circuitry in 3D chess
This is the second of a projected threepart series of articles, which will ultimately prove the Turingcompleteness of threedimensional chess. In the first article, I described the basic rules of the game. In this article, I shall show how to … Continue reading
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Threedimensional chess
This is the first of a projected series of articles investigating a natural threedimensional generalisation of chess. In the first article, I’ll briefly describe the rules and mention previous research in this area. The second article will show how to create a linearbounded … Continue reading
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