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Marco Block-Berlitz,
a German computer scientist and professor for computer graphics at the Free University of Berlin. He is member of the Artificial Intelligence Group [1] of Professor Raúl Rojas. In 2002, he founded the working group chess programming, creating the C# chess engine FUSc#, and in 2007, the Java-University [2]. Beside other AI topics, his research interests includes Reinforcement Learning in computer games and computer chess.

Marco Block-Berlitz [3]

Selected Publications


External Links


  1. ^ Artificial Intelligence Group
  2. ^ Die Java-Universität (German)
  3. ^ Marco Block-Berlitz - Personal Homepage
  4. ^ Marco Block-Berlitz - Publications

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