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Kai von Luck, (born 1954)
a German computer scientist and full professor with Hamburg University of Applied Sciences. Kai von Luck defended his Ph.D. in 1985 on Chess Knowledge Representation at the University of Hamburg [1]. At the Advances in Computer Chess 4 conference 1984, von Luck and his fellow Bernd Owsnicki, discussed a method of plan construction in computer chess with results from its application in a program called N.N. [2]. They illustrate three categories of possible errors, each with its own cause and each with a different level of solvability [3].
Kai von Luck [4]

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  1. ^ Alexander Reinefeld (1985). Kai von Luck: Aspekte wissensgestützter Planung. Bernd Owsnicki: Repräsentation von positionellem Schachwissen mit Techniken der künstlichen Intelligenz. ICCA Journal, Vol. 8, No. 4
  2. ^ Jaap van Oosterwijk Bruyn (1984). The Fourth Conference on Advances in Computer Chess. ICCA Journal, Vol. 7, No. 2
  3. ^ Dap Hartmann (1987). Book review: Advances in Computer Chess 4 from ACM Portal
  4. ^ Prof. Dr. Kai von Luck: HAW Hamburg
  5. ^ Kai von Luck: List of Publications
  6. ^ ICGA Reference Database (pdf)

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