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Tomoyuki Kaneko,
a Japanese computer scientist, and associate professor at Graduate School of the University of Tokyo. His research interests include machine learning in games, and automated feature construction for evaluation functions of general game players. He is co-author of the open source Shogi program GPS Shogi [1], available under GPL version 2 or later. In April 2013, GPS Shogi, running on a computer cluster of 700 PCs in the University of Tokyo, beat Hiroyuki Miura, one of the Top-10 professional Shogi players [2] [3] [4] [5].
Tomoyuki Kaneko [6]

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  1. ^ GPSShogi
  2. ^ Hiroyuki Miura - 8-dan Professionals by Reijer Grimbergen
  3. ^ Human versus computer Shogi: the final game, April 21, 2013
  4. ^ Computer program defeats five professional shogi players by Ida Torres - The Japan Daily Press, April 22, 2013
  5. ^ Computer shogi - Computers versus humans - Denou-sen (2013) - Wikipedia
  6. ^ Tomoyuki Kaneko - Homepage
  7. ^ Tomoyuki Kaneko - Selected Publications
  8. ^ dblp: Tomoyuki Kaneko
  9. ^ Dovetailing (computer science) from Wikipedia
  10. ^ MMTO for evaluation learning by Jon Dart, CCC, January 25, 2015

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