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Fridel Fainshtein,
an Israeli computer scientist with a M.Sc. degree from Bar-Ilan University on computerized chess composers supervised by Yaakov HaCohen-Kerner [1] . During the WCCC 2004 in Ramat Gan, he operated Woodpusher 1997 by John Hamlen at times, who was not only active in chess but also in 9x9 Go [2] .
Fridel Fainshtein [3]

Chess Composer

In his thesis [4] , and the 2006 ICGA Journal Award winning paper A Chess Composer of Two-Move Mate Problems, co-authored by his thesis supervisor Yaakov HaCohen-Kerner, Fridel Fainshtein describes the model called Chess Composer, which utilizes Bitboard move generation. Sliding piece attacks were generated by a hybrid none rotated approach of rank lookups and the classical approach along with some bit-twiddling [5] .

Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Fridel Fainshtein (2006). An Orthodox k-Move Problem-Composer for Chess Directmates. M.Sc. thesis, Bar-Ilan University, pdf
  2. ^ WCCC 2004 - Pictures - Day 7, ... Fridel Fainshtein (operator of Woodpusher in last two days)
  3. ^ WCCC 2004 - Pictures - Day 1, from img10.jpg with Stefan Meyer-Kahlen and Mina Teicher
  4. ^ Fridel Fainshtein (2006). An Orthodox k-Move Problem-Composer for Chess Directmates. M.Sc. thesis, Bar-Ilan University, pdf, Appendix D - 64-bit Representation, pp. 105
  5. ^ Fridel Fainshtein, Yaakov HaCohen-Kerner (2006). A Chess Composer of Two-Move Mate Problems. ICGA Journal, Vol. 29, No. 1, pdf, Appendix E: 64-bit representation
  6. ^ DBLP: Fridel Fainshtein
  7. ^ MatPlus.Net - General => Computers & chess problems ?

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