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  • ...a multi-processor version of the [[computer chess]] engine [[Fritz (chess)|Fritz]] written by [[Frans Morsch]] and [[Mathias Feist]]. In October 2002, a version of Deep Fritz running on a Compaq 8-processor machine competed with [[Vladimir Kramnik]]
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  • *http://www.chesscenter.com/twic/event/kramfrit01/deepfritz.html
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/Deep Fritz]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • ...a multi-processor version of the [[computer chess]] engine [[Fritz (chess)|Fritz]] written by [[Frans Morsch]] and [[Mathias Feist]]. In October 2002, a version of Deep Fritz running on a Compaq 8-processor machine competed with [[Vladimir Kramnik]]
    865 B (134 words) - 12:28, 14 September 2013
  • {{r|Deep Fritz}}
    122 B (15 words) - 15:22, 1 December 2009
  • ...enge in the field of [[AI]]. Since the results of [[Deep Blue]] and [[Deep Fritz]], [[computer chess]] has lost much of its significance as a big challenge ...without significant search extensions or pruning heuristics from achieving deep look ahead.
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  • ...trained an entire generation of Turkish legal scholars. Quoting Professor Fritz Neumark, economist and fellow émigré,
    5 KB (703 words) - 07:41, 24 December 2007
  • ...principally in the form of the Japanese [[kamikaze]] but also the German [[Fritz-X]], signaled a trend to [[surface-to-air missile]]s. ...t important weapons, with [[air-to-surface missile]]s such as the German [[Fritz-X]], and the Japanese [[kamikaze]], seen at the end of the war.
    47 KB (7,591 words) - 22:13, 21 February 2010
  • ...nes (e.g., [[air assault]], [[paratroop]], [[special reconnaissance]] with deep strikes by aircraft, [[guided missile]]s, and long-range artillery, it was "If you pass the FSCL on a deep mission, can you still get CAS? Even though the tactical air employment mis
    57 KB (8,468 words) - 22:51, 17 February 2011
  • '''Swords Against Death''' is a book by [[Fritz Leiber]]. (This, under the title ''Two Sought Adventure'' in 1939, was [[Fritz Leiber]]'s first publication.)
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  • ...ct that no one really wanted, or was the war an unavoidable consequence of deep conflicts? Why did it become stalemated? Why could it not be terminated? Mo ...s than a week. Their industrial and agricultural base was good, but not as deep as the Allies. Cut off by the British naval blockade from imports from over
    49 KB (7,884 words) - 02:38, 28 June 2016
  • ...Meg to accept his proposal. She appears to be strict and cold hearted, but deep down, she's really quite soft-hearted. ...g "sensation" stories for weekly tabloids. The two eventually marry, raise Fritz's two orphaned nephews, Franz and Emil, and their own sons, Rob and Teddy.
    30 KB (4,771 words) - 23:34, 20 April 2013
  • ...itions whose flight could be adjusted by an operator, such as the German [[Fritz-X]]. Tactical delivery of such weapons, however, still required a human op ...shipping missile technology first appeared on 9 September 1943, a German [[Fritz-X]] radio-guided [[anti-shipping missile]] (actually a rocket-boosted guide
    24 KB (3,597 words) - 04:49, 16 April 2014
  • ...s. Covalent bonding requires [[quantum mechanics]] for an explanation and deeper understanding. ...of quantum mechanical bonding theory (the physicists [[Walter Heitler]], [[Fritz London]], [[Georg Rumer]], [[Edward Teller]], and others) completely ignore
    37 KB (5,832 words) - 14:26, 11 October 2013
  • ...nerves that are specific to the [[sympathetic nervous system]] infiltrate deep into the damaged disc resulting in a visceral-type pain that is not seen el ...ternal rotation.<ref name="pmid15611489">{{cite journal |author=Childs JD, Fritz JM, Flynn TW, ''et al'' |title=A clinical prediction rule to identify patie
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  • '''The Swords of Lankhmar''' is a book by [[Fritz Leiber]]. ...have become lovers. He calls her Bonny Bones, she calls him Mud Man. And a deep and abiding love it may well prove to be. How come she fancies him neither
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  • ...t or hanging, dark green or purple, and often have a wrinkly surface and a deeper ridge in the face. The [[inflorescence]] is apical, generally short, and ...<ref name="OB"><span style="font-variant:small-caps">Pabst, Guido & Dungs, Fritz </span>: '''Orchidaceae Brasilienses vol. 1''' p. 148, Brucke-Verlag Kurt S
    25 KB (3,741 words) - 13:23, 6 September 2013
  • [[Germany|German]] chemist [[Fritz Haber]] (1868 – 1934) arguably had a greater impact than Nobel. Haber an ...eate high thermal radiation and pressure in an enclosed area followed by a deep vacuum."
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  • [[Germany|German]] chemist [[Fritz Haber]] (1868 – 1934) arguably had a greater impact than Nobel. Haber an ...eate high thermal radiation and pressure in an enclosed area followed by a deep vacuum."
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  • ...[[Free State]] and [[Gauteng]] provinces are deep and require the world's deepest mines. The [[Second Boer War]] of 1899&ndash;1901 between the [[British ...t of gold, but in very low concentrations (perhaps 1-2 parts per billion). Fritz Haber, the German inventor of the [[Haber process]], attempted commercial e
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  • ...ans lost territory in the later stages of the conflict. Nazi administrator Fritz Sauckel's labor recruitment measures strained relations with local official ...in 2004 following the protests that sparked the [[Orange Revolution]]. The deep divisions that have become evident under Yushchenko had their origins in Uk
    38 KB (5,632 words) - 20:39, 19 August 2014
  • ...ing and [[surveillance]] units; they may be tens to hundreds of kilometers deeper. They may enter the area of operations in many ways. "No, the silk man is Hassan, but only visits the village. Gregory's son Fritz sells wool."
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  • ...n the mid-1700s. Virtuosos explored the sonic potential of the violin, its deep sonority and its highest reaches; experimented with fingering and bow techn '''Fritz Kreisler''' (1875-1962), born in Vienna, has been described as “the last
    63 KB (9,800 words) - 16:57, 12 September 2013

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