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John F. White,
a British multiple author [1], computer consultant and programmer. Fascinated by the later Roman Empire, especially Aurelian's achievements, he researched and wrote his own account [2]. He is co-programmer of the popular computer Latin translator Blitz Latin and programmer of Frankfurt Goethe University's inscription search engine [3]. He lives in Wokingham, England [4].


As former chess programmer John F. White wrote a series of chess programs in the 80s, called by the generic name Querg, all implemented in 6502 assembly to run on an 64K Atari 130XE [5]. In his second ICCA Journal article he describes how to store and retrieve moves of an opening book [6].

Selected Publications


External Links


  1. ^ Amazon.com: John F. White: Books
  2. ^ John F. White (2006). Restorer of the World: The Roman Emperor Aurelian. Spellmount, ISBN-13: 978-1862272507
  3. ^ Welcome to Blitz Latin
  4. ^ White John F. countrybookshop.co.uk
  5. ^ John F. White (1988). Querg Chess. ICCA Journal, Vol. 11, Nos. 2/3
  6. ^ John F. White (1990). The Amateur's Book-Opening Routine. ICCA Journal, Vol. 13, No. 1
  7. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)
  8. ^ The Master Game from Wikipedia

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