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Michael Reiss,
a British computer scientist and as professional computer Go programmer author of the Go program Go 4++ [1]. Michael Reiss received his Ph.D. on Temporal Sequence Processing in Neural Networks [2] from King's College London in 1992, advisor was John G. Taylor. He started Go programming in 1983, when he saw an issue of the computing magazine A&B Computing [3] advertising a computer Go programming contest with a one thousand pound prize [4]
Michael Reiss [5]

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Michael Reiss and Tristan Cazenave, 5th Computer Olympiad, Go, London 2000 [6]

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References

  1. ^ Go++, Go playing program
  2. ^ Michael Reiss (1992). Temporal Sequence Processing in Neural Networks. Ph.D. thesis, King's College London, advisor John G. Taylor, pdf
  3. ^ Acorn Electron World: Magazine Scans: A&B COMPUTING - Issue 2, Jul/Aug 1983
  4. ^ Go++ FAQ
  5. ^ Michael Reiss' Home Page
  6. ^ Computer Go - Past Events - Computer Olympiad 2000

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