The perihelion is at 12º45' Sagittarius (tridecile, 108º, =quintile [0º Libra]; 15' orb). The ascending node is at 20º21' Pisces, whose argument of perihelion is equivalent to 21º54' Sagitarius (trioncile, 98º11'; 5' orb).
Computer chess programs
In 1950, before there were computers designed to play chess, Claude Shannon wrote an article in which accurately predicted two main types of searches for any chess program, which he called 'Type A' and 'Type B'.
The 'Type A' programs use all the processing power to calculate all the progressions of possible moves and evaluate the end result, while the 'Type B' programs incorporate criterion that rejects the positions clearly worse, analysing in greater depth the positions with the best outlook, Something similar to how act human beings, because what characterizes the human expert players, it is not the quantity of analyzed movements, but their ability to recognize patterns, something that they acquire through experience.
The first chess programs obtained better results if they were designed in accordance with the algorithm of 'Type A', but in the late nineties, after the discovery of (33001) 1997 CU29, the programs of 'Type B' began to gain ground. (Wikipedia: Computer chess)
Diferences between (33001) 1997 CU29 and (79360) Sila-Nunam
The discovery of (33001)1997 CU29 was overstriked by the discovery of (79360) Sila-Nunam, whose orbit is very similar. Both are related to decision-making by rational criteria, the main diference is that (79360) Sila-Nunam has an extremely limited margin of time to choose an answer. In most cases it is an almost instinctive reaction.