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Søren Riis,
a Danish mathematician at School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science at Queen Mary, University of London, with a Ph.D. from University of Oxford. His research interests include mathematical logic, bounded arithmetic, computational complexity theory, representation theory and algebra, network coding, information theory, and theoretical aspects of computer chess. He used to play competitive chess in the 80s (Elo 2300) and has been briefly involved with chess programming [1]. He is moderator of the Rybka Forum [2], and critic of the ICGA decision concerning Rybka and Vasik Rajlich in 2011 [3] [4], as manifested January 2012 in a ChessBase article with an immediate rebuttal followed by the ICGA [5].

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References

  1. ^ Computer analysis of world champions by Søren Riis, ChessBase News, November 02, 2006
  2. ^ Re: Rybka to play in Leiden? by Harvey Williamson, CCC, August 23, 2011
  3. ^ Rybka and the ICGA, CSVN
  4. ^ Re: For non programmers by SR, Rybka Forum, July 30, 2011
  5. ^ ICGA response to ChessBase 4-part article by Robert Hyatt, CCC, January 08, 2012
  6. ^ Søren Riis' Home Page
  7. ^ ChessBase: A Gross Miscarriage of Justice in Computer Chess by kingliveson, OpenChess Forum, January 02, 2012
  8. ^ Re: ChessBase: A Gross Miscarriage of Justice in Computer Chess by BB+, OpenChess Forum, January 02, 2012
  9. ^ Re: Hyatt Is Gone! by BB+ OpenChess Forum, Jan 03, 2012
  10. ^ Rybka evidence recapitulation by BB+, OpenChess Forum, January 03, 2012
  11. ^ Søren Riis (2012). A Gross Miscarriage of Justice in Computer Chess. pdf hosted by ChessBase
  12. ^ Feedback on the ICGA/Rybka disqualification scandal, ChessBase News, January 13, 2012

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