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Matej Guid,
a Slovenian FIDE master of chess, computer scientist and researcher at the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory University of Ljubljana. His research interests covers computer game-playing (especially chess), automated explanation / tutoring systems, heuristic search, and machine learning. At the Advances in Computer Games 14 conference at Leiden Univerity, 2015, Matej Guid lectured on programming Progressive chess [1] and introduced a progressive chess playing program developed by Vito Janko and himself [2].
Matej Guid [3]

Photos

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Advances in Computer Games 14: Ingo Althöfer announcing Matej Guid on Progressive chess [4]

Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Vito Janko, Matej Guid (2015). Development of a Program for Playing Progressive Chess. Advances in Computer Games 14
  2. ^ The program for playing Progressive Chess by Vito Janko and Matej Guid
  3. ^ Matej Guid - Research Page
  4. ^ ICGA Events 2015: Photos Day 3 by Jan Krabbenbos
  5. ^ dblp: Matej Guid
  6. ^ pdf, Computers choose: who was the strongest player?, ChessBase News, October 30, 2006
  7. ^ Computer analysis of world champions by Søren Riis, ChessBase News, November 02, 2006
  8. ^ Dap Hartmann (2010). How can Humans learn from Computers? Review on Matej Guid's Ph.D. thesis, ICGA Journal, Vol. 33, No. 5
  9. ^ Dr. Mohammed Azlan Bin Mohamed Iqbal (Publications and Research Grants)
  10. ^ A computer program to identify beauty in problems and studies by Azlan Iqbal, ChessBase News, December 15, 2012
  11. ^ Progressive chess from Wikipedia
  12. ^ Progressive Chess by Harm Geert Muller, CCC, June 11, 2016

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