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Creating a Chess Position OCR with the Wolfram Language

Posted 8 months ago
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Posted 8 months ago

I am impressed.

Thank you for doing that.

This is really impressive! You did it in such a clear way, I loved how you wrote it.

Posted 8 months ago

Thank you for your kind words Pedro.

This is really great Diego! I have often wanted to have functionality like this for computationally extracting positions from chess literature (such as books about particular openings) :). I have built some of my own chess functionality for the Wolfram Language; take a look at the following links if you are interested.


Cool stuff. I can't reproduce it on Mathematica 12, though.

The image processing part at the beginning :


returns a black image.

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