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Some articles on programs, types, type programs, type, program:

Lehman's Laws Of Software Evolution - Context
... Lehman and Belady classified programs into three types S-type programs are those that can be specified formally ... P-type programs cannot be specified ... E-type programs are embedded in the real world and become part of it, thereby changing it ...
Chess Software - Implementation Issues - Search Techniques
... strategies which would be used, which he labeled "Type A" and "Type B" (Shannon 1950) ... Type A programs would use a "brute force" approach, examining every possible position for a fixed number of moves using the minimax algorithm ... He expected that adapting type A to cope with this would greatly increase the number of positions needing to be looked at and slow the program down still further ...
Computer Chess - Implementation Issues - Search Techniques
... predicted the two main possible search strategies which would be used, which he labeled "Type A" and "Type B" (Shannon 1950) ... Type A programs would use a "brute force" approach, examining every possible position for a fixed number of moves using the minimax algorithm ... He expected that adapting type A to cope with this would greatly increase the number of positions needing to be looked at and slow the program down ...

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