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David B. Fogel,
an American engineer, computer scientist and pioneer in evolutionary computation. He is president of Natural Selection, Inc. [1], and received a Ph.D. in engineering sciences (systems science) from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) in 1992. He is known for his research project Blondie24, in which a machine evolved itself into an expert checkers player, and further on his research on an evolutionary chess program, which improved its play by almost 400 rating points during evolution [2], and results in the chess program dubbed Blondie25 [3] [4].
David B. Fogel [5]

Selected Publications

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  1. ^ Software development company applying nature-inspired computational intelligence algorithms including evolutionary computation to solve real-world problems in industry, medicine, and defense | Natural Selection, Inc.
  2. ^ David B. Fogel, Timothy J. Hays, Sarah L. Hahn, James Quon (2004). A Self-Learning Evolutionary Chess Program. Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 92 No. 12, pp. 1947-1954, CiteSeerX
  3. ^ Natural Selection, Inc. Presents New Results in Evolving Chess Programs: Two Milestones in Self-Learning Chess Achieved | Natural Selection, Inc
  4. ^ David B. Fogel, Timothy J. Hays, Sarah L. Hahn, James Quon (2006). The Blondie25 Chess Program Competes Against Fritz 8.0 and a Human Chess Master. IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence & Games, pdf
  5. ^ David Fogel | Natural Selection, Inc.
  6. ^ DBLP: David B. Fogel
  7. ^ Blondie24 by David B. Fogel, Book Review, © Copyright 2003, Jim Loy
  8. ^ The Blondie25 Chess Program Competes Against Fritz 8.0 and a Human Chess Master (pdf) by Mats Svardal Gunnerød

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