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Jacques F. Middlecoff,
an American mathematician and computer scientist with more than 40 years experience in scientific software engineering and more than 20 years experience in parallel programming [1], research associate and senior systems analyst in parallel processing and numerical weather prediction at Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere at Colorado State University [2], research partner of Earth System Research Laboratory, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) [3], Boulder, Colorado, currently working on massive parallel GPU computing [4].

Chess programmer

During the 80s, while affiliated with Cypress, San Jose, California, he developed two chess programs, SPOC played the ACM 1985 in Denver on an IBM PC [5] [6], and Chess Monster participated at the WMCCC 1986 in Dallas running on a Compaq 386 [7].

Selected Publications

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External Links


References

  1. ^ Alexander E. MacDonald, Jacques Middlecoff, Tom Henderson, Jin-Luen Lee (2010). A general method for modeling on irregular grids. International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications December 5, 2010
  2. ^ Jacques Middlecoff - CIRA - Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere - Colorado State University
  3. ^ NOAA Research - FIM Staff
  4. ^ Mark Govett, Jacques Middlecoff, Tom Henderson, Jim Rosinski, Craig Tierney (2011). Parallelization of the NIM Dynamical Core for GPUs. slides as pdf
  5. ^ The Sixteenth ACM North American Computer Chess Championship, Denver Colorado, October 13-15, 1985, pdf from The Computer History Museum
  6. ^ Danny Kopec and Monty Newborn (1986). ACM's Sixteenth North American Computer Chess Championship. from The ACM's Seventeenth North American Computer Chess Championship and The Sixth World Microcomputer Chess Championship, pdf from The Computer History Museum
  7. ^ J. Middlecoff's ICGA Tournaments
  8. ^ DBLP: Jacques Middlecoff
  9. ^ Finite difference method from Wikipedia
  10. ^ Hyperbolic partial differential equation from Wikipedia

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