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Michael Halbherr,
a Swiss computer scientist, technologist, and CEO of Nokia HERE [1], Nokia's mapping and navigation software and services supplier based on a cloud computing model, formerly Nokia Maps (2011–2012), Ovi Maps (2007–2011) and Gate5 [2], headed by Halbherr since 1999 and acquired by Nokia in 2006 [3]. Michael Halbherr holds a M.Sc. in electrical engineering from ETH Zurich and a Ph.D. in computer science from MIT in 1994, where he worked on Cilk and contributed to make the chess programm *Socrates work.
Michael Halbherr [4]

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Chris Joerg's and Bradley Kuszmaul's acknowledgments in Massively Parallel Chess on *Socrates [5]:
Charles E. Leiserson, Robert D. Blumofe, Yuli Zhou, and Michael Halbherr all contributed to making the chess program work and to developing the underlying parallel technology used in *Socrates. Don Dailey and Larry Kaufman of Heuristic Software provided the serial program, Socrates, on which our parallel program is based, and Don worked many hours to help us get our parallel program working. Hans Berliner and Chris McConnell of CMU provided the serial version of Hitech that we first used as a testbed to develop our ideas for parallel game tree search.

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  1. ^ Michael Halbherr, CEO of HERE | Nokia
  2. ^ Nokia acquires gate5 to add robust mapping and navigation to its devices | Nokia, August 31, 2006
  3. ^ Nokia ist nicht mehr Nokia» | bilanz.ch, September 25, 2013 (German)
  4. ^ Nokia jump starts connected cars with $100mn fund - HERE Three Sixty by Ian Delaney, May 5, 2014
  5. ^ Chris Joerg, Bradley Kuszmaul (1994). Massively Parallel Chess. Proceedings of the Third DIMACS Parallel Implementation Challenge, pdf

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