On 2/10/07, Łukasz Lew [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2/10/07, Antoine de Maricourt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If there is strong interest, I can post the scheme. Please do. Since Antoine claims there is only on solution I might as well post mine ;-) mirroring: [abcdefgh] - [hgfedcba] rotation:
As Antoine de Maricourt says, this weakens the key. I think it is a serious problem and it is a dangerous answer to a small question. I compute hashes and patterns for database lookup eight at a time, which is faster (much more optimizable) than one after the other. Then I also use the smallest
Peter Drake wrote (3 times): Exception in thread main ... . . . and 91.449 bytes later . . . ... (ObjectOutputStream.java:1369) I studied the log file in depth and the problem is . . . . . . (you guessed) using Java ;-) Jacques. BTW. I store this list. If you need your log file in the
On 2/10/07, Jacques Basaldúa [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: snip But the question is: Does someone do the opposite, i.e. playing with the hash values to make then *stronger*? And then we get another small questions with a dangerous answer... Just search the archive for BCH construction. E.
This was not tested in any formal way, but including the book does seem to increase the chance that the program will open with E5 (which I believe is the correct opening move on 9x9) ... Just a side note, as I've spent a lot of time studying high-level 9x9 games. I've seen strong players win