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John Philip Fishburn,
an American computer scientist and electrical engineer from the Bell Laboratories. He made his Ph.D. Thesis in 1981 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison about Distributed Algorithms including the Parallelization of Alpha-Beta under the supervision of Raphael Finkel. The routine Calphabeta in his thesis [1] is mentioned by Tony Marsland as base of a Principal Variation Search implementation [2]. In his 1983 paper Another optimization of alpha-beta search, Fishburn introduced Fail-Soft Alpha-Beta [3] [4].

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  1. ^ John Philip Fishburn (1981). Analysis of Speedup in Distributed Algorithms Ph.D. Thesis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, pdf, Calphabeta at page 167
  2. ^ Tony Marsland (1983). Relative Efficiency of Alpha-beta Implementations, Procs. 8th Int. Joint Conf. on Art. Intell., pp. 763-766. Kaufman, Los Altos, pdf
  3. ^ John Philip Fishburn (1983). Another optimization of alpha-beta search. SIGART Bulletin, Issue 84, pdf
  4. ^ Jean-Christophe Weill (1991). Experiments With the NegaC* Search - An Alternative for Othello Endgame Search. Heuristic Programming in AI 2
  5. ^ DBLP: John P. Fishburn
  6. ^ Search-Based Opening Book Construction by John Fishburn, CCC, December 14, 2016
  7. ^ John P. Fishburn (2016). Search-Based Opening Book Construction. pdf

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