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M. Van Dat Cung, (Van-Dat Cung)
a French [1] computer scientist, and research professor at G-SCOP Laboratory (Science for product design, optimization and management) at Grenoble Institute of Technology [2], working on combinatorial optimization and topics of operations research. Van-Dat Cung earned a Ph.D. in computer science in 1994 at University of Paris VI on parallel game tree search. He introduced the Concurrent Alpha-Beta Pruning (CABP) algorithm for MIMD machines with shared memory, which is founded on the parallel exploration of the critical tree [3] and on the horizontal decomposition of game trees as elaborated by Selim Akl et al. [4].
Van-Dat Cung [5]

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  1. ^ Vietnamese people in France
  2. ^ G-SCOP - M. Van Dat CUNG
  3. ^ Donald Knuth, Ronald W. Moore (1975). An Analysis of Alpha-Beta Pruning. Artificial Intelligence, Vol. 6, No. 4, pp 293–326. Reprinted in Donald Knuth (2000). Selected Papers on Analysis of Algorithms. CSLI lecture notes series 102, ISBN 1-57586-212-3, pdf
  4. ^ Selim Akl, David T. Barnard, R.J. Doran (1980). Simulation and Analysis in Deriving Time and Storage Requirements for a Parallel Alpha-Beta Pruning Algorithm. IEEE International Conference on Parallel Processing, pp. 231-234.
  5. ^ G-SCOP - M. Van Dat CUNG
  6. ^ dblp: Van-Dat Cung

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