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Takeshi Ito,
a Japanese Doctor of engineering and assistant professor at Department of Communication Engineering and Informatics, Faculty of Informatics and Engineering, University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo. He serves as chair of the Cognitive Science and Entertainment (E&C) Research Station [1], and as director of the Computer Shogi Association (CSA) [2] [3].

Takeshi Ito is engaged in research on players' thought and cognitive processes such as learning, especially in the context of Go and Shogi. He is co-author of the Shogi programs HIT+SS, a knowledge based system applying a Selfish Search [4], and Bonanza [5], and a Ms. Pac-Man bot applying Monte-Carlo Tree Search, which won the Screen Capture Competition at CIG 2011 [6] [7].
Takeshi Ito [8]

Photos

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Takeshi Ito at Forum of Computer Games 2010 - The Challange of Computer Shogi [9]

Selected Publications

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External Links


References

  1. ^ First Densei-sen Competition
  2. ^ Computer Shogi Association Web Site
  3. ^ CEDEC Challange: Lightning GO 9×9 Board AI Matches | CEDEC 2011 | Computer Entertainment Developers Conference
  4. ^ Takeshi Ito (2007). Selfish Search on Playing Shogi. CGW 2007
  5. ^ WCSC20 Participant List by Nobu, SHOGI-L, Shogi Google Group, February 02, 2010
  6. ^ Ms Pac-Man Screen Capture Competition: CIG 2011 Results
  7. ^ Nozomu Ikehata, Takeshi Ito (2011). Monte-Carlo Tree Search In Ms. Pac-Man. Proceedings of IEEE Conference on Computational Intelligence and Games 2011, Seoul, Korea
  8. ^ CEDEC Challange: Lightning GO 9×9 Board AI Matches | CEDEC 2011 | Computer Entertainment Developers Conference
  9. ^ Forum of Computer Games 2010
  10. ^ DBLP: Takeshi Ito
  11. ^ Dovetailing (computer science) from Wikipedia

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