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Dr. Rainer Feldmann,
a German computer games researcher and chess programmer, member of the research group of Burkhard Monien at the University of Paderborn. Together with Peter Mysliwietz, Rainer Feldmann is co-author of the massive parallel chess program Zugzwang applying the Young Brothers Wait Concept, and the single processor program Alpha I [1] . Rainer and Peter were also tournament organizers as well as participants and three times winner of the earlier International Paderborn Computer Chess Championships IPCCC.

Rainer Feldmann holds a Ph.D. on Game Tree Search on Massively Parallel Systems [2] and introduced Fail-High Reductions, as implemented in Zugzwang [3] .
Rainer Feldmann [4]


Chrilly, Vincent, Ulf (back) and Rainer, IPCCC 1998 [5]

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Selected Publications

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External Links


  1. ^ Rainer Feldmann's ICGA Tournaments
  2. ^ Feldmann, R. (1993). Game Tree Search on Massively Parallel Systems. Phd-Thesis, pdf
  3. ^ Feldmann, R. (1997). Fail-High Reductions. Advances in Computer Chess 8, pdf from CiteSeerX
  4. ^ Rainer Feldmann's homepage
  5. ^ Ein Besuch in Paderborn 1998 by Thorsten Czub
  6. ^ Dr. rer. nat. Rainer Feldmann - Publications
  7. ^ Rainer Feldmann - Publication List Details at Scientific Commons
  8. ^ Rainer Feldmann's papers at CiteSeerX
  9. ^ Jonathan Schaeffer (1989). Comment on 'Distributed Game-Tree Search'. ICCA Journal, Vol. 12, No. 4
  10. ^ 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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