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Lewis Benjamin Stiller,
an American computer scientist, software developer, consultant and attorney [1]. At Franz Inc. he implemented a fully compliant CORBA 2.0 ORB and architected an IDL/Lisp-mapping [2], and at University of California, Berkeley, he specializes in Java architecture and worked on a Java Bayesian Inference Library. Stiller consulted for numerous corporations including IBM and NEC, was CTO at Corimbia, joined the management of Software Comprehension, Inc. [3] and is principal member of the Bright Consulting Group.

Lewis Stiller holds a Ph.D. on Parallel Algorithms in AI from Johns Hopkins University, and has worked on High-Performance AI Software at Thinking Machines and Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he researched on massively parallel retrograde analysis of certain chess endgames using a CM-2. He is co-author (along with Gady Costeff) of the free Chess Query Language (CQL), which uses SCID code by Shane Hudson [4].
Jesse Townley, Rose Acampora and Lewis Stiller [5]

Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ The State Bar of California - Attorney Search - Lewis Benjamin Stiller
  2. ^ Lisp Mapping Specification (pdf)
  3. ^ Software Comprehension Management
  4. ^ CQL Manual
  5. ^ Photo from Jesse Townley for Berkeley City Council, District 5 - ENDORSEMENTS
  6. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)

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