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Nathan Reed Sturtevant,
an American computer scientist, games- and AI-researcher and programmer, and assistant professor at University of Denver, until 2010 adjunct assistant professor at University of Alberta. He received his Ph.D. on Multi-Player Games from University of California, Los Angeles in 2003 under advisor Richard Korf [1]. Beside Multi-Player Games, his research interests include General Game Playing and Pathfinding. In parts of 2006-07 he worked with BioWare to implement a pathfinding engine for their upcoming game Dragon Age [2], and is within his own company NS Software [3] part-time developer of various other games and tools for Apple computers, such as the multi-player tank game Dome Wars [4] for the Macintosh, and the math/search/logic puzzle game Rith [5] for iPhone.
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References

  1. ^ Nathan Sturtevant (2003). Multi-Player Games: Algorithms and Approaches. Ph.D. thesis, Computer Science Department, UCLA, pdf
  2. ^ Nathan Sturtevant @ UAlberta - Pathfinding
  3. ^ NS Software
  4. ^ NS Software: DomeWars
  5. ^ NS Software: Rith
  6. ^ Nathan Sturtevant, University of Denver
  7. ^ Nathan Sturtevant @ UAlberta - AI papers
  8. ^ DBLP: Nathan R. Sturtevant
  9. ^ Nathan R. Sturtevant from Microsoft Academic Search
  10. ^ Hearts from Wikipedia
  11. ^ IDA* from WIkipedia

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