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Ramón Galán,
a Spanish computer scientist and full professor in the area of systems engineering at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM). His main research areas have been in the area of process control, artificial intelligence, expert systems, and interactive Robots. In their 2005 paper, Bitboards: A New Approach [1], Ramón Galán and Pablo San Segundo mention Bitscan by Modulo for finding 1-bits in a very efficient and practically no space consuming way, at that time not yet aware of De Bruijn multiplication [2].

Selected Publications


External Links


  1. ^ Pablo San Segundo, Ramón Galán (2005). Bitboards: A New Approach. AIA 2005
  2. ^ Charles E. Leiserson, Harald Prokop and Keith H. Randall (1998). Using de Bruijn Sequences to Index a 1 in a Computer Word, pdf
  3. ^ DBLP: Ramón Galán
  4. ^ Clique problem from Wikipedia

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