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George Rajna,
a Hungarian-Israeli physicist, computer scientist, and Chess International Master, in 1987 among the Top 100 Players of the World [1]. In the 70s, while affiliated with the Eötvös Loránd University and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, he co-authored the chess program Papa (along with B. Almasi), which participated at the 1st World Computer Chess Championship in 1974 [2]. In the early 90s he researched at Tel Aviv University on Artificial Intelligence and Computer Chess [3].
George Rajna [4]

Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ George Rajna - Israel | LinkedIn
  2. ^ Papa's ICGA Tournaments
  3. ^ George Rajna - Israel | LinkedIn
  4. ^ George Rajna | Architect, IBM | Herzelia | Herzelia | HaMerkaz | Israel
  5. ^ George Rajna - Israel | LinkedIn
  6. ^ republished 2012, text appears on page 76 in Jean E. Hayes, David Levy (1976). The world computer chess championship, Stockholm 1974. University Press (Edinburgh) ISBN 0852242859

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