Apparently "highly tuned to their domain" means "domain-specific." And the author continues with "and cannot be

Does "generalised" here mean "domain-generalised"? Though "domain-generalised" appears exactly to be the counterpart of "domain-specific," I am not sure whether "domain-generalized" is proper English.

Thanks in advance

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The study of computer chess is as old as computer science itself. Babbage, Turing, Shannon, and von Neumann devised hardware, algorithms and theory to analyse and play the game of chess. Chess subsequently became the grand challenge task for a generation of artificial intelligence researchers, culminating in high-performance computer chess programs that perform at superhuman level (9, 13). However, these systems are

-arXiv

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Note: The grammar detector of our Forum deems "generalised" to be a misspelling. But I used "generalized" and "generalised" interchangeably here.

**generalised**to other problems without significant human effort."Does "generalised" here mean "domain-generalised"? Though "domain-generalised" appears exactly to be the counterpart of "domain-specific," I am not sure whether "domain-generalized" is proper English.

Thanks in advance

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The study of computer chess is as old as computer science itself. Babbage, Turing, Shannon, and von Neumann devised hardware, algorithms and theory to analyse and play the game of chess. Chess subsequently became the grand challenge task for a generation of artificial intelligence researchers, culminating in high-performance computer chess programs that perform at superhuman level (9, 13). However, these systems are

**highly tuned to their domain**,__and cannot be generalised to other problems without significant human effort__.-arXiv

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Note: The grammar detector of our Forum deems "generalised" to be a misspelling. But I used "generalized" and "generalised" interchangeably here.

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