Deep Blue

Detailed account of IBM’s Deep Blue chess program, the people who created it, and its historic battles with World Chess Champion Garry Kasparov, who challenged the AI principles of the technology with human intelligence.

Monty Newborn, Charles E. Lieserson, Monroe Newborn
Deep Blue
Springer Verlag (December 6, 2002)
ISBN: 0387954619

Table of contents

  1. Intellectual equals
  2. Testing the water
  3. Gaining experience
  4. Surviving Deep cuts
  5. From Cape May to Beijing
  6. Philadelphia
  7. Rematch negotiations
  8. A faster and smarter Deep Blue
  9. Countdown to the rematch
  10. The rematch—Game 1: Three straight for Kasparov
  11. The rematch—Game 2: Internet finds break for Deep Blue
  12. The rematch—Games 3-5: Endgame standoffs
  13. The rematch—Game 6: A sacrifice and surprising patience
  14. Deep Blue is triumphant
  15. The bottom line
  16. The light side of Deep Blue
  17. Appendixes of rules, algebraic chess notation, and specific games

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