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Martin Schijf,
a Dutch computer scientist and project manager with a M.Sc. in 1993 from Leiden University. Along with Victor Allis and Jos Uiterwijk, he worked on the topic of transpositions in Proof-number search [1].
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PNS and Transpositions

Martin Schijf's research initially dealt with the application of Proof-number search to Nine Men’s Morris, when it became evident that many equal positions were analyzed more than once due to transpositions and cycles. He describes how PNS can be applied in three different search structures, in trees, directed acyclic graphs, and even directed cyclic graphs [3].

Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Martin Schijf, Victor Allis, Jos Uiterwijk (1994). Proof-Number Search and Transpositions. ICCA Journal, Vol. 17, No. 2
  2. ^ Martin Schijf | LinkedIn
  3. ^ Martin Schijf (1993). Proof-number Search and Transpositions. M.Sc. thesis, Leiden University, pdf
  4. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)

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