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Re: Che-s-s -Engine

From: Antonio Ceballos
Subject: Re: Che-s-s -Engine
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2012 14:43:05 +0100

Thanks for contacting us.

I think you can use GNU Chess for the purpose of your project, very interesting indeed. Certainly, you can use GNU Chess as a computer chess player. The program uses its standard input/output for communicating with the user for interactive games or with another program. It supports two different protocols: the Chess Engine Communication Protocol (http://home.hccnet.nl/h.g.muller/engine-intf.html) and the Universal Chess Interface (http://wbec-ridderkerk.nl/html/UCIProtocol.html). Unless you interactively tell GNU Chess the opponent's moves, you will need to implement one of those protocols at the other end, e.g. in the vision subsystem. 

You can consult the manual of GNU Chess on:


If you have further questions, do not hesitate to ask again, or just contact me off-list.

Antonio Ceballos
GNU Chess Team

On Tue, Jan 24, 2012 at 12:51 PM, Hafiz Muhammad Luqman <address@hidden> wrote:
Hello Sir 

            Sir I am student of Electrical Engineering in 8th semmester ,my final year project is Robotic Arm for Chess and Chess Brain , in it i am using Computer Vision tachnology for analysing the .I am using MATLAB for Image processing , Sir for this i need a chesss engine to which i tell , that piece have been moved from that box to that box now it  propose a move for robot , kindly help me in this regard ,a chess engine which can work in this way , i will be very thankfull to you .

Kind Regards

Hafiz Muhammad Luqman
Event Manager 
IEEE-student chapter
COMSATS  University of Science and Technology
M-A Jinnah Campus, Lahore 

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