Galen Huntington,
an American mathematician and computer scientist. He received his Ph.D. in computationalmodel theory at University of California, Berkeley in 2008, where he examined computer-aided methods for solving a class of open problems in probability theory. His recent research interests include chessendgame tablebases considering the fifty-move rule concerning the halfmove clock, dubbed ply count or PC. He has written a tablebase generator and probing code in Haskell to built DTM50 tablebases for a large spectrum of configurations with as many as six men ^{[1]}, and one seven men kqqqqqk for didactic purpose ^{[2]} . His work was inspired by posts of Kronsteen in the CCRLdiscussion board^{[3]} .

Home * People * Galen HuntingtonGalen Huntington,an American mathematician and computer scientist. He received his Ph.D. in computational model theory at University of California, Berkeley in 2008, where he examined computer-aided methods for solving a class of open problems in probability theory. His recent research interests include chess endgame tablebases considering the fifty-move rule concerning the halfmove clock, dubbed ply count or PC. He has written a tablebase generator and probing code in Haskell to built

DTM50tablebases for a large spectrum of configurations with as many as six men^{[1]}, and one seven men kqqqqqk for didactic purpose^{[2]}. His work was inspired by posts ofKronsteenin the CCRL discussion board^{[3]}.^{[4]}## Table of Contents

## Selected Publications

2008).Towards an efficient decision procedure for the existential theory of the reals. Ph.D. thesis, University of California, Berkeley^{[5]}2015).Depth to Mate and the 50-Move Rule. ICGA Journal, Vol. 38, No. 2## External Links

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