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Kenneth Wingate Regan (Ken Regan),
an American computer scientist and associate professor with tenure at Department Computer Science and Engineering [1], University at Buffalo, Amherst, New York. He works in computational complexity theory and other fields of information theory and pure mathematics, and further holds the title of a Chess International Master [2] with a rating of 2453 [3] .
Ken Regan [4]

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Kenneth W. Regan wins the 2010 Mayor's Cup Masters Championships [5] [6]

Selected Publications

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1999

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Forum & Blog Posts

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References

  1. ^ UB Computer Science and Engineering
  2. ^ Measuring Fidelity to a Computer Agent
  3. ^ Mathematics and Chess Page
  4. ^ UB CSE Department: Kenneth W. Regan
  5. ^ Buffalo Niagara Chess Corner: 4th Annual 2010 MAYOR'S CUP MASTERS CHAMPIONSHIPS
  6. ^ Buffalo Niagara Chess Corner: Kenneth W. Regan, International Master is 2010 Mayor's Cup Masters Champion
  7. ^ DBLP: Kenneth Wingate Regan
  8. ^ Kenneth W. Regan - Selected Publications
  9. ^ Analyzing Kasparov versus the World using the EGTBs by Peter Karrer
  10. ^ Peter Karrer (2000). KQQKQP and KQPKQP≈. ICGA Journal, Vol. 23, No. 2
  11. ^ Jacobian matrix and determinant from Wikipedia
  12. ^ Gröbner basis from Wikipedia
  13. ^ Bayesian inference from Wikipedia
  14. ^ "Intrinsic Chess Ratings" by Regan, Haworth -- seq by Kai Middleton, CCC, November 19, 2017
  15. ^ The New Chess World Champion by Bajusz Tamás, CCC, December 28, 2014
  16. ^ Regan's latest: Depth of Satisficing by Carl Lumma, CCC, October 09, 2015
  17. ^ Is the current Komodo that close to perfection? by Bajusz Tamás, CCC, November 28, 2015
  18. ^ World Chess Championship 2016 from Wikipedia
  19. ^ Regan's conundrum by Carl Lumma, CCC, December 09, 2016
  20. ^ Kasparov versus the World from Wikipedia

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