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Kenneth Ward (Ken) Church,
an American computer scientist at Human Language Technology Center of Excellence at the Johns Hopkins University [1]. Prior he was at Microsoft Research and head of the data mining department in AT&T Bell Laboratories. He received his B.Sc., M.Sc. and PhD from MIT in computer science, and researched on many areas of computational linguistics.

He wrote his undergraduate thesis, supervised by Richard Greenblatt, on chess programming and the implementation of corresponding squares. Thanks to considerable help and encouragement from Hans Berliner, it was published at IJCAI-79, as Co-ordinate Squares: A Solution to Many Chess Pawn Endgames [2].
Kenneth W. Church [3]

Selected Publications

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References

  1. ^ Kenneth Church HomePage
  2. ^ Kenneth W. Church (1979). Co-ordinate Squares: A Solution to Many Chess Pawn Endgames. (abbreviated version of B.S. Thesis), IJCAI-79, Tokyo, Japan
  3. ^ Ken Church's Publications
  4. ^ Ken Church's Publications

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