idiosyncratic perspectives on philosophy of science, its history, and related issues in logic
posted by Greg Frost-Arnold @ 7:54 AM
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To be fair, this is studying basic combinatorial properties of strange setups of the chessboard. I only read the abstract, so I don't know if the pawns are treated as real chess pawns, or just as impenetrable blocks, so that really you're just discussing the positioning of certain linear arrangements together on a board. A little abstruse, but at least you can see how it might relate to other sorts of simple packing problems, unlike strategy in chmess.
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