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Yoshiyuki Kotani,
a Japanese mathematician, computer scientist and professor [1] at Department of Computer Science, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology. His research interest includes natural language processing, computer vision, machine learning, and computer games with focus on Shogi, where he is author of the Shogi program Mattari Yuuchan, Bronze medal winner in Minishogi at the 17th Computer Olympiad in Yokohama 2013. Yoshiyuki Kotani is further maze and puzzle designer [2] [3] [4] , and worked on the problem of domino tilings of polyominoes [5] .
Yoshiyuki Kotani [6]

Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Morpion Solitaire - Records Grids (5T game) by Christian Boyer
  2. ^ Mazes - Puzzle
  3. ^ G4G, Puzzles, Mazes and More
  4. ^ Adam E. Parker (1999). Kotani's Ant Problem. Wittenberg University, pdf
  5. ^ Problem of the Month (May 2000) from Math Magic by Erich Friedman
  6. ^ Kotani Lab - Elena - Picasa Web Albums
  7. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)
  8. ^ english/publications - KotaniLab
  9. ^ Blokus Duo from Wikipedia

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