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A. Alexander Timofeev,
an Ukrainian computer scientist and systems engineer, graduated in 1977 from the Engineering and Physics Department of the Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute, with interests in database management systems, DSP, and AI. He was affiliated with Botvinnik's Pioneer project, and worked with Boris Stilman on Linguistic Geometry, which is main topic of his chess programming site [1].

Alexander Timofeev was President of the Chess-Programming Association of the USSR, which was founded during the First Soviet Computer-Chess Championship 1988 in Ulan-Ude [2], and organized the First International Chess-Computer Tournament in the USSR 1989 held in Moscow [3].
Alexander Timofeev [4]

Selected Publications

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  1. ^ Лингвистическая Геометрия Бориса Штильмана
  2. ^ Mikhail Donskoy, Jonathan Schaeffer (1988). Report on the 1st Soviet Computer-Chess Championship or re-awakening a sleeping giant. ICCA Journal, Vol. 11, Nos. 2/3
  3. ^ Alexander Timofeev (1989). Report on the 1st International Chess-Computer Tournament in the USSR. ICCA Journal, Vol. 12, No. 2
  4. ^ A. Alexander Timofeev - Resume (Russian)

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