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Carl Ebeling,
an American computer scientist, electrical engineer, and professor at the Department of Computer Science & Engineering, University of Washington, Seattle. As former Ph.D. student at Carnegie Mellon University, Carl Ebeling member of the HiTech team around Hans Berliner.

His thesis was titled All the Right Moves [1] and described a VLSI architecture for computing complex chess evaluation functions quickly, as used in HiTech.
Carl Ebeling [2]

Photos

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Hans Berliner and Carl Ebeling, developers of HiTech at Carnegie Mellon University [3]

Quotes

Hans Berliner on Ebeling's role in the HiTech team (1988) [4] :
Carl Ebeling (now at University of Washington) built the special purpose hardware (Ebeling 1985), and a good deal of software relating to how to interface to the hardware and see what it is doing for debugging purposes.

Selected Publications

[5] [6]

1984 ...

1990 ...


External Links


References

  1. ^ Carl Ebeling (1986). All the Right Moves: A VLSI Architecture for Chess. Ph.D. thesis, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pa. MIT Press, Cambridge, MA. ISBN 0-262-05035-8.
  2. ^ Carl Ebeling - University of Washington - RateMyProfessors.com
  3. ^ Photo ca 1985, © Bill Redick, History of Computer Chess from The Computer History Museum
  4. ^ Hans Berliner (1988). Pennsyvania State Chess Championship - HiTech Becomes First Computer Senior Master. AI Magazine Volume 9 Number 3 (© AAAI), pdf
  5. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)
  6. ^ dblp: Carl Ebeling
  7. ^ Any opinion about this book?: "All the Right Moves" by E Diaz, CCC, January 02, 2012

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