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Kerwin F. Medina,
an American computer scientist, software developer, computer chess programmer, and Microsoft employee [1] . In 1996, he contributed the LZHLIB [2] [3], a small C library to compress and uncompress using the LZH algorithm, which is a direct derivative of the source code of Haruhiko Okumura's [4] ar-archiver [5] . In 2009, Kerwin Medina assumed the development of Thinker by Lance Perkins [6] [7] , and is mentioned as lonesome author of Thinker on the ICGA [8] as well the recent ACCA [9] tournament sites.
Kerwin Medina, WCCC 2010 [10]

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References

  1. ^ Kerwin Medina's Profile
  2. ^ LZHLIB.TXT - Copyright(c) 1996 Kerwin F. Medina
  3. ^ lzhlib.zip from SAC - PACK: Archivers, exe-compressors, archiver shells and other related utils
  4. ^ Haruhiko Okumura - Interview - TeX Users Group
  5. ^ History of Data Compression in Japan
  6. ^ Re: Thinker output by Lance Perkins, CCC, March 23, 2009
  7. ^ Re: Best tactical engine? by Lance Perkins, CCC, April 25, 2009
  8. ^ Thinker's ICGA Tournaments
  9. ^ The 2010 Fifth Annual ACCA Americas' Computer Chess Championships - Participants
  10. ^ Foto-impressie WCCC/WCSC Kanazawa, Japan by Jan Krabbenbos from the CSVN site

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