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Maurizio Monge,
an Italian mathematician and computer scientist, adjunct professor at the Intituto de Matematica of the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro [1], and Ph.D. in 2012 from Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa under supervision of Roberto Dvornicich [2]. His research interests include extensions of local fields, Galois modules, structure of recurrence sequences, arithmetic of function field, and more recently dynamical systems [3].
Maurizio Monge [4]

Computer Chess

Interested in computer chess programming, Maurizio Monge is author of the chess engines RattateChess and RattatAjedrez [5]. He has further created various chess piece sets using Inkscape, available as SVG source, processed PNG files and XBoard theme [6].

Perfect Hashing

Motivated by the application of magic bitboards, Maurizio published on its generalization of perfect hashing of numbers with sparse digit representation via multiplication by a constant, elaborating on Convolution, Toeplitz matrix, and Schur polynomial [7].

Selected Publications

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Forum Posts


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References

  1. ^ Maurizio Monge | LinkedIn
  2. ^ Maurizio Monge (2012). A constructive theory for extensions of p-adic fields. Ph.D. thesis, Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, advisor Roberto Dvornicich
  3. ^ Maurizio Monge's homepage
  4. ^ Maurizio Monge | LinkedIn
  5. ^ RattatAjedrez
  6. ^ Maurizio Monge's homepage - Chess art
  7. ^ Maurizio Monge (2011). On perfect hashing of numbers with sparse digit representation via multiplication by a constant. Discrete Applied Mathematics, Vol. 159, No. 11
  8. ^ dblp: Maurizio Monge
  9. ^ Maurizio Monge - Google Scholar Citations
  10. ^ Isomorphism class from Wikipedia
  11. ^ p-adic number from Wikipedia

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