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Denis Razuan Dancanet,
an American, Romanian born private pilot, mathematician, Ph.D. in computer science from Carnegie Mellon University on Intensional Semantics in the context of programming languages and parallel computing [1]. He is CEO of Jetoptera [2], a company developing propulsion systems for unmanned and manned aircraft, located in Edmonds, Washington, before affiliated with Morgan Stanley & Co. in the UK [3] [4]. According to his 1999 homepage, chess is one of his obsessions [5].

Along with Lucien N. Dancanet, Denis Dancanet developed the chess playing program Tumult for an 6502 Apple II computer,which participated at the WMCCC 1985 in Amsterdam with a good result of 3½ out of 7 and 3rd place in the Amateurs tournament [6]. He defected from Romania to the US in September 1985 [7].
Denis Dancanet [8]

Selected Publications

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External Links


References

  1. ^ Denis Dancanet (1998). Intensional Investigations. Ph.D. thesis, Carnegie Mellon University, advisor Stephen Brookes, CMU-CS-98-135, pdf
  2. ^ About Us | Jetoptera | Revolutionary Propulsion System
  3. ^ Denis Dancanet's Resume
  4. ^ FSA Register - Denis Dancanet
  5. ^ Denis Dancanet's Chess Page
  6. ^ 5th World Microcomputer Chess Championship (Amateur) - Amsterdam 1985 (ICGA Tournaments)
  7. ^ Denis Dancanet's Resume
  8. ^ Denis Dancanet's Home Page - Photos
  9. ^ Denis Dancanet's Research
  10. ^ Rochester Connectionist Simulator

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