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Identification of strategic information based on the analogy of the platelet Game. Start of strategic information from the analogy of the board set: Exploiting the opportunities offered by the Echecs and the GB.
this research presents the testing of original ways of helping with the formatting of information. We assumed that a mapping of information developed on the basis of the analogy of a part of a platelet game observed at a point in time would allow the identification of strategies put in place or impl...
Armenia. School failures, a geopolitical lesson?
"the practice of chess has been spurred in Armenia during Soviet times. The country was a Socialist Republic, integrated into the USSR from 1920 to 1991. Since 2011, the practice of failures has been part of the school curricula in Armenia. From a geopolitical perspective, what relations does this c...
The autobiographical me in the novels and plays by Witold Gombrowicz
The Me and autobiography, the fact in putting on the first place one's personality and putting on the place of actor the Me, stands at the very headspring of the texts by Witold Gombrowicz, who speaks for himself appealing to the Other, and through the Other hides behind the non-responsability.The a...
The Game’s the Thing: Politics and Play in Middleton’s A Game at Chess
Readings of Middleton’s A Game at Chess have tended to focus on its political and historical implications, viewing the chess game itself as an allegorical device that simply presents itself for decoding. Using some insights from Clifford Geertz, this essay makes the game central to a reading of the...
The noble set of chess: webo-bibliography and online library
For the anniversary of my 11 years — it takes us far! — my parents had offered me a game of chess. On that day, he was ploughing. I immersed myself in the explanatory diagrams of initiation in the game. At the end of the afternoon, I had finished. But if the rules are simple, their application, like...
The introduction of the chess game in the West.
Estimating Expertise from Eye Gaze and Emotions
In this thesis, we are concerned with enabling technologies for collaborative intelligent systems.Effective collaboration requires that both the human and the computer share an understanding of their respective roles and abilities.In particular, it requires an ability to monitor the intentions and a...
Jacques de Cessoles, The Chess Book
A Game at Chess of Thomas Middleton (1624): Echec and mat in the Globe theatre
Thomas Middleton is no longer the second-ranking dramaturge of which T. S. Eliot said at the beginning of the twentieth century that he was ‘simply a great chronist 1’. Oxford’s academic presses published his full works in 2007, with a particularly rich critical volume of 2. Many studies have been d...
Poems of games and war games
This article looks at Abraham Ibn Ezra’s poem on chess in its historical context. It examines the problems of misattribution of several such poems to IEA on the one hand and suggests a link between the “war game” and the political context of the time.