Rafael Benedikt Andrist,
a Swiss computer scientist and mathematician affiliated with the University of Wuppertal^{[1]}. In 2011, he defended his Ph.D. thesis on Topics in Complex Geometry at University of Bern. Rafael B. Andrist is author of the chess program Wilhelm, which knows about corresponding squares in pawn endgames with completly blocked pawns, and solves the Lasker-Reichhelm Position instantly ^{[2]}^{[3]}. It further utilizes Endgame Tablebases to build statistics and to search for special features.

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^{[1]}. In 2011, he defended his Ph.D. thesis onTopics in Complex Geometryat University of Bern. Rafael B. Andrist is author of the chess program Wilhelm, which knows about corresponding squares in pawn endgames with completly blocked pawns, and solves the Lasker-Reichhelm Position instantly^{[2]}^{[3]}. It further utilizes Endgame Tablebases to build statistics and to search for special features.## Selected Publications

^{[4]}2003).Model Endgame Analysis. Advances in Computer Games 102005).Deeper model endgame analysis. Theoretical Computer Science, Vol. 349, No. 22008).Stein Spaces Characterized by their Endomorphisms.^{[5]}2011).Riemann surfaces in Stein manifolds with density property.^{[6]}2011).Topics in Complex Geometry. Ph.D. thesis, University of Bern, advisor W. Frank Kutzschebauch## Forum Posts

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