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Peter Mysliwietz,
a German computer games researcher and programmer. Until 1997 Peter Mysliwietz was member of the research group of Burkhard Monien at the University of Paderborn [1] and along with Rainer Feldmann author of the massive parallel chess program Zugzwang, and the single processor program Alpha I [2]. In his 1994 Ph.D. thesis Construction and Optimization of the Evaluation Function in Chess [3], Mysliwietz concluded genetic algorithms inferior to simulated annealing in automated tuning. In close collaboration with Rainer Feldmann, Peter was tournament organizer as well as participant and three times winner of the earlier International Paderborn Computer Chess Championships.
Peter Mysliwietz [4]

Photos

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You cannot beat Alpha for a Mark
Reinhold Gellner and Peter Mysliwietz in Nightmare vs. Alpha I, WMCCC 1995, Round 6 [5]

Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Peter Mysliwietz' Homepage from the University of Paderborn
  2. ^ Peter Mysliwietz's ICGA Tournaments
  3. ^ Peter Mysliwietz (1994). Konstruktion und Optimierung von Bewertungsfunktionen beim Schach. Ph.D. thesis (German)
  4. ^ FSV personal chess service - Paderborn 2003 Pics by Torsten Schoop, Diep - Fritz
  5. ^ Photo by Rainer Feldmann, from Ulf Lorenz (1995). Report on the 13th World Microcomputer-Chess Championship. ICCA Journal, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 233
  6. ^ Publications of the AG-Monien: Peter Mysliwietz
  7. ^ Peter Mysliwietz Publication List Details at Scientific Commons
  8. ^ Peter Mysliwietz's papers at CiteSeerX
  9. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)
  10. ^ Jonathan Schaeffer (1989). Comment on 'Distributed Game-Tree Search'. ICCA Journal, Vol. 12, No. 4
  11. ^ Jonathan Schaeffer (1990). A Rejoinder to the Response to a Comment on 'Distributed Game-Tree Search'. ICCA Journal, Vol. 13, No. 1

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