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Robert Prinsen,
a British chess programmer, who while affiliated with InterScan Data Systems, Hounslow [1] in the 70s, developed the early chess program A16chs in only seven months [2]. Competing at the First World Computer Chess Championship, 1974 in Stockholm, A16chs ran on an Alpha16 minicomputer [3].

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  1. ^ Company information for INTERSCAN DATA SYSTEMS (U.K.) LIMITED (00958066) incorporated 11 from UKdata.com
  2. ^ Jean E. Hayes, David Levy (1976). The world computer chess championship, Stockholm 1974. University Press (Edinburgh) ISBN 0852242859, pp. 80
  3. ^ NAKED MINI/ ALPHA 16 from The Computer History Museum

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