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Aske Plaat,
a Dutch computer scientiest. In 1993 he started as a PhD student at the University of Alberta , and at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. In 1997 he was a postdoc at MIT's LCS, where he worked with Charles Leiserson and Don Dailey on Cilkchess at the Supercomputing Technologies Group. Until 1999 he was researcher in the Computer Systems Group of the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam where he worked on Wide Area Algorithms. Next, he worked in IT Governance at PriceWaterhouse Coopers, and the Ministry of Justice in the Netherlands. Since October 2009 he is professor of information and complex decision making at Tilburg University. Since 2014 he is professor of data science at the Leiden Centre of Data Science, Leiden Institute of Advanced Computer Science (LIACS), Leiden University. Aske Plaat is creator of the MTD(f) [1] [2] search algorithm as applied in Cilkchess [3]. He is deputy editor of the Journal of the International Computer Games Association ICGA.
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References

  1. ^ Aske Plaat: MTD(f), a new chess algorithm
  2. ^ MTD(f) - A Minimax Algorithm faster than NegaScout
  3. ^ Aske Plaat's ICGA Tournaments
  4. ^ plaat.nl
  5. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)
  6. ^ dblp: Aske Plaat
  7. ^ Re: scorpio can run on 8192 cores by Daniel Shawul, CCC, August 29, 2015
  8. ^ Transposition-driven scheduling - Wikipedia
  9. ^ Transposition driven scheduling by Daniel Shawul, CCC, April 04, 2013
  10. ^ Dap Hartmann (2014). A Statue of unremitting Devotion. Revised Selected papers CG 2013. (Review) ICGA Journal, Vol. 37, No. 3

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