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Peter Tancig,
a Slovenian electrical engineer, computer scientist with focus on natural language processing, politician of The Greens [1] [2] [3], from 1990 to 1992 first Slovenian Minister of Research and Technology following the independence of his country in Peterle's Government [4], chair of the Slovenian National Committee for UNESCO, and head of the Researchers' Association of Slovenia [5]. He was pioneer of the association of the research community of the former Republic of Yugoslavia with the European Union. In the early 80s, he collaborated with Ivan Bratko and Simona Tancig on Detection of Positional Patterns in Chess [6].
Peter Tancig [7]

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Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Muzej Novejše zgodovine Slovenije :: Aktualno | DUŠAN PLUT
  2. ^ Muzej Novejše zgodovine Slovenije :: Aktualno | TWENTY YEARS SINCE THE FOUNDATION OF THE GREENS OF SLOVENIA (GS), 11th June to 31st December 2009
  3. ^ Peter Tancig Iz Wikipedije, proste enciklopedije (Slovenian)
  4. ^ The letter to Minister Tancig by Vojkan S. Jaksic, soc.culture.yugoslavia, July 29, 1991
  5. ^ UNESCO and Slovenia
  6. ^ Ivan Bratko, Peter Tancig, Simona Tancig (1984,1986). Detection of Positional Patterns in Chess. Advances in Computer Chess 4 (full paper)
  7. ^ PITCH Honorary Committee
  8. ^ DBLP: Peter Tancig
  9. ^ Tancig, Peter. WorldCat.org

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