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Matthew M. Huntbach,
a British computer scientist and lecturer at School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science, Queen Mary University of London. His current interest centres around general purpose concurrent programming languages, past interests include logic programming, multi-agent systems, algorithmic debugging, artificial life and artificial intelligence [1]. During the mid 80s along with F. Warren Burton, both affiliated with the University of East Anglia, Norwich, Huntbach researched on parallel alpha-beta search and published an algorithm for deciding where and when to solve subproblems on a fixed finite network of processors [2], a virtual tree machine [3] [4].
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References

  1. ^ Matthew Huntbach Homepage
  2. ^ Matthew Huntbach, F. Warren Burton (1988). Alpha-beta search on virtual tree machines. Information Sciences, Vol. 44, No. 1
  3. ^ F. Warren Burton, Matthew Huntbach (1984). Virtual Tree Machines. IEEE Transactions on Computers, Vol. 33, No, 3
  4. ^ Marius Olafsson, Tony Marsland (1985). Implementation of Virtual Tree Machines. TR85-9, Computing Science Department, University of Alberta, pdf
  5. ^ Matthew Huntbach Homepage
  6. ^ dblp: Matthew M. Huntbach
  7. ^ FACULTI - Dr Matthew Huntbach - Concurrent Object Oriented Programming in a Logic Variable Language, YouTube Video

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