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Denis Verhoef, (T.F. Verhoef, Theodorus Franciscus Verhoef)
a Dutch computer scientist and management advisor at Kirkman Company [1]. He holds a Ph.D. in 1993 from Delft University of Technology on Effective Information Modelling Support [2]. Along with Jacco H. Wesselius, he wrote an ICCA Journal paper [3] on Ross Quinlan's studies of the two ply KRKN endgame positions, where they revisited Quinlan's work on decision trees, and corrected some errors [4] [5].
Denis Verhoef [6]

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  1. ^ Kirkman Company | Co-creating social enterprises
  2. ^ Denis Verhoef (1993). Effective Information Modelling Support. Ph.D. thesis, Delft University of Technology
  3. ^ Denis Verhoef, Jacco H. Wesselius (1987). Two-ply KRKN: Safely overtaking Quinlan. ICCA Journal, Vol. 10, No. 4
  4. ^ Ross Quinlan (1979). Discovering Rules by Induction from Large Collections of Examples. Expert Systems in the Micro-electronic Age, pp. 168-201. Edinburgh University Press (Introducing ID3)
  5. ^ Ross Quinlan (1983, 1985). Learning efficient classification procedures and their application to chess end games. Machine Learning: An Artificial Intelligence Approach
  6. ^ Denis Verhoef | LinkedIn
  7. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)

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