Chaos is a chess program written in FORTRAN. The name is an acronym for “Chess Heuristics And Other Stuff”. The program participated in 12 North American Computer Chess Championships and four World Computer Chess Championships. Development started in the late 60s at RCA and later continued at the University of Michigan. It was continuously developed until the mid 80s.
The last entry in the Carmonette military training simulation series expands on its predecessors by adding modeling of night vision and communications to the existing model of tank/anti-tank, infantry and armed helicopter support. It models combat scenarios for battalions and companies. Units can be ordered to move, stay still, prepare fire and fire. CARMONETTE stands for "Combined ARms Computer MOdel"