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Cameron Bolitho Browne,
an Australian psychologist, computer scientist, games researcher and inventor with a Ph.D. in Artificial Intelligence and game design from University of Queensland [1], and research fellow in Simon Colton's Computational Creativity Group [2] at Imperial College, London. His research interest includes Monte-Carlo Tree Search (MCTS) for procedural content generation in creative domains, to investigate ways in which MCTS - typically used for move planning in games - can instead be harnessed to analyze, optimize and design new games, music and artwork. Cameron Browne is co-author of the Hex-program Hex Kriger, which competed at the 11th Computer Olympiad, Turin 2006.
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References

  1. ^ Cameron Browne (2008). Automatic Generation and Evaluation of Recombination Games. Ph.D. thesis, Queensland University of Technology, advisor Frédéric Maire, pdf
  2. ^ Computational Creativity Group
  3. ^ CV for Cameron Browne
  4. ^ CV for Cameron Browne
  5. ^ Ingo Althöfer (2010). Automatic Generation and Evaluation of Recombination Games. Doctoral Dissertation by Cameron Browne, Review, ICGA Journal, Vol. 33, No. 4
  6. ^ Cameron's Yavalath Page
  7. ^ GECCO 2012

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