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Edward (Ed) Hamilton,
an American computer scientist, software architect and software engineer with long time experience in the area of optimization for high-volume, on-demand service industries. His interests include computer chess, stock market prediction, and financial data sonification [1]. He holds a BS CS and a BA in mathematics from University of California, Santa Cruz in 1996, where he worked with Robert Levinson et al. on Morph. He developed a method to convert a chess mobility graph to a resistive network which could be computed using the residual resistance property of interconnect chips [2]. Replacing the chess piece (node) with a web page and an attack (edge) with a backlink, then is similar to modeling Google's PageRank as a resistive network [3].
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Selected Publications

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External Links


  1. ^ Alex Fukunaga, Ed Hamilton, Jason Fama, David Andre, Ofer Matan, Illah Nourbakhsh (2002). Staff Scheduling for Inbound Call Centers and Customer Contact Centers. AI Magazine, Vol. 23, No. 4
  2. ^ Jonathan Allen, Edward Hamilton, Robert Levinson (1997). New Advances in Adaptive Pattern-Oriented Chess. Advances in Computer Chess 8
  3. ^ Edward Hamilton | LinkedIn
  4. ^ edwardhamilton (Edward Hamilton) · GitHub
  5. ^ Edward Hamilton | LinkedIn
  6. ^ dblp: Ed Hamilton

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