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Francisco Javier Ros Padilla, (Javier Ros) [1]
a Spanish mathematician, associate professor and director of the department of applied mathematics at University of Seville [2] [3]. His research interests include dynamical systems, chaos theory and bifurcation theory. Javier Ros Padilla is a strong correspondence chess player [4], and as former computer chess programmer author of the chess program Jupiter, which played the First Spanish Computer Chess Championship 1993 in Barcelona [5]. In 1994, he published on estimating of asymmetry and selectivity in chess programs in the ICCA Journal [6].

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  1. ^ Spanish naming customs from Wikipedia
  2. ^ Universidad de Sevilla :: Bienvenido al Departamento de Matemática Aplicada II
  3. ^ Universidad de Sevilla :: Ros Padilla, Francisco Javier (Spanish)
  4. ^ ICCF Ratings > Player details - Ros Padilla, Javier
  5. ^ Josep Parés, Teresa Canela (1993). Report on the 1st Spanish Computer-Chess Championship. ICCA Journal, Vol. 16, No. 4
  6. ^ Javier Ros Padilla (1994). Estimating Asymmetry and Selectivity in Chess Programs. ICCA Journal, Vol. 17, No. 1
  7. ^ ICCA Journal, Vol. 17, No. 1 by Jos Uiterwijk, rgcc, May 02, 1994
  8. ^ Saddle-node bifurcation from Wikipedia
  9. ^ Chua's circuit from Wikipedia

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