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Stephan Schiffel,
a German computer scientist and Ph.D. in 2011 from Dresden University of Technology on General Game Playing and Game Description Language (GDL), where his advisors were Michael Thielscher and Yngvi Björnsson [1]. Along with Michael Thielscher, Stephan Schiffel is co-author of the General Game Playing system FluxPlayer [2] [3], based on the high-level programming system for cognitive agents of all kinds, Flux [4], also topics of his thesis. He now continues his research on General Game Playing and knowledge representation as postdoctoral researcher at School of Computer Science, Reykjavík University.
Stephan Schiffel [5]

Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Stephan Schiffel (2011). Knowledge-Based General Game Playing. Ph.D. thesis, Dresden University of Technology, advisor Michael Thielscher and Yngvi Björnsson, pdf
  2. ^ FluxPlayer
  3. ^ Research - FluxPlayer
  4. ^ Flux Home
  5. ^ Stephan Schiffel
  6. ^ dblp: Stephan Schiffel
  7. ^ Game Description Language from Wikipedia

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