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I-Chen Wu,
a Taiwanese computer scientist and professor at Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, and head of its Computer Games and Intelligence (CGI) laboratory. He holds a B.S. in Electronic Engineering (1982) and a M.Sc. in CS (1984) from National Taiwan University, and a Ph.D. in CS from Carnegie Mellon University (1993) [1] . His research interests include computer games, cloud computing, Peer-to-peer for gaming, and mobile gaming [2]. Since Fall 2013, I-Chen Wu is section editor of the ICGA Journal, since 2017, along with Mark Winands and Tristan Cazenave, Editor-in-Chief.
I-Chen Wu [3]

Programs

I-Chen Wu is inventor of Connect6 [4], as presented at Advances in Computer Games 11 in 2005 [5] , and co-author of the gold medal winning programs NCTU6 and NCTU6-Lite, as well as co-author of the Chinese Chess program Chimo. More recently, he co-authored and supervised the 2048 bot CGI-2048 [6], and the Go playing program CGI [7] .

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Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ I-Chen Wu (1993). Multilist Scheduling: A New Parallel Programming Model. Ph.D. thesis, Carnegie Mellon University
  2. ^ Research of I-Chen Wu
  3. ^ I-Chen Wu - Google+
  4. ^ Connect6 from Wikipedia
  5. ^ I-Chen Wu, Dei-Yen Huang (2005). A New Family of k -in-a-Row Games. Advances in Computer Games 11, pdf
  6. ^ CGI-2048
  7. ^ Introduction to Go Programs Developed at CGI Lab
  8. ^ Publications of I-Chen Wu
  9. ^ DBLP: I-Chen Wu
  10. ^ Nurikabe from Wikipedia
  11. ^ TAAI Computer Game Tournaments
  12. ^ Mathematics of Sudoku from Wikipedia
  13. ^ Slitherlink from Wikipedia
  14. ^ Best Paper Awards | TAAI 2014
  15. ^ 2048 (video game) from Wikipedia

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