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Josephus Petrus Maria (Peter) Kouwenhoven, († July 24, 2015 [1])
was a Dutch computer scientist and environmental researcher, as senior researcher and post-graduate coordinator affiliated with the International Global Change Institute within the University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand. Peter Kouwenhove received his B.Sc. in biology with majors in mathematics (1980), and a M.Sc. in biology (1984) from Leiden University, a higher degree in computer science from Technical College, The Hague (1985), and a Ph.D. in environmental management, faculty of chemical engineering, University of Twente in 1994 [2]. He was early involved in computer chess. In 1978 his program Alder ran on a PDP-11/45 of the Leiden University in a small match versus IGM and Schak123 [3]. He then joined forces with Dap Hartmann on the chess program Dappet. Peter Kouwenhoven was board member of the CSVN in the 90s [4].
Peter Kouwenhoven [5]

Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Peter Kouwenhoven overleden, CSVN site
  2. ^ Peter Kouwenhoven CV (pdf)
  3. ^ Prehistorie van het Nederlandse Computerschaak (Dutch)
  4. ^ Photo Composition of CSVN Board members and known visitors, DOCCC 1999, Dutch Open Computer Chess Championship 1999 old CSVN site
  5. ^ from Photo Composition of CSVN Board members and known visitors, DOCCC 1999, Dutch Open Computer Chess Championship 1999 old CSVN site
  6. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)

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