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Andy Thomason,
a British physicist, electronics engineer, mathematician, lecturer at Department of Computing, Goldsmiths, University of London, teaching game programming at postgraduate level [1], and fifty-fifty senior programmer at SN Systems, Sony Computer Entertainment's console tools specialist, and before at Psygnosis and Rage Games, where he was involved in developing of the Flight simulator B-17 Flying Fortress: The Mighty 8th [2]. He holds a B.Sc. in Physics and Electronics from the University of Manchester, and an M.Sc. in Mathematics from the Open University, and is a games industry veteran from his involvement in computer chess and console games in the 1970s until the present [3]. Andy Thomason is author of the chess program Killer Chess (K. Chess), which participated at the First World Microcomputer Chess Championship 1980 in London [4] [5].
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  1. ^ #AltDevBlogADay » Andy Thomason
  2. ^ Andy Thomason - United Kingdom | LinkedIn
  3. ^ Key academic staff, Goldsmiths, University of London
  4. ^ Tom Fürstenberg (1980). The First World Microcomputer Championship. Chess, December 1980 mentions Killer Chess
  5. ^ Kevin O’Connell (1980). World Microcomputer Chess Championship. Personal Computer World, November 1980 mentions K. Chess
  6. ^ Key academic staff, Goldsmiths, University of London
  7. ^ Quaternion from Wikipedia

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