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Albrecht Heeffer [1]

Albrecht Heeffer,
a Belgian electrical engineer, philosopher and researcher with interests in the history of algebra [2], computational models for scientific discovery, recreational mathematics, and further in chess, computer chess and shogi. He holds a degree in electrical engineering and a Ph.D. in philosophy from Ghent University in 2006 on the topic of emergence of symbolic algebra during the sixteenth century [3], and is post-doctoral fellow of the Research Foundation Flanders (FWO) and member of the Center for Logic and Philosophy of Science [4] at Ghent University. In 1984, during a three month visit of the Turing Institute in Glasgow, Albrecht Heeffer worked on automated acquisition on concepts for the description of middlegame positions in chess [5], supported by Donald Michie, John Roycroft, and Tim Niblett [6].

Albrecht Heeffer was member of the Bionic Impakt team with Hans Secelle, and provided the hardware, worked through the test sets, added the endgame databases and did some optimizations [7], while they later joined the Ant team around Tom Vijlbrief.

Photos

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Albrecht Heeffer, Mathias Feist and Frans Morsch, ICT 2001 [8], round 5, Ant - Fritz [9]

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Boris Spassky, Yoshiharu Habu, Albrecht Heeffer, Paris May 23, 2002 [10]

Selected Publications

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External Links

First Conference on Mathematical Cultures, September 10-12, 2012 at De Morgan House, London

References

  1. Albrecht Heeffer | Sarton Centre for History of Science
  2. Sources in the history of algebra by Albrecht Heeffer
  3. Albrecht Heeffer (2006). Van precepten tot vergelijkingen: de conceptuele ontwikkeling van de symbolische algebra in de zestiende eeuw. Ph. D. thesis, Universiteit Gent
  4. Members | Centre for Logic and Philosophy of Science
  5. Albrecht Heeffer (1984). Automated Acquisition on Concepts for the Description of Middle-game Positions in Chess. Turing Institute, Glasgow, Scotland, TIRM-85-005
  6. Albrecht Heeffer (1985). Validating Concepts from Automated Acquisition Systems. IJCAI 85, pdf, This work was carried out during a three month visit at the Turing Institute. Financial support was provided by the Belgian NFWO and the ICIWO. I would like to express my thank s to Prof. F. Vandamme of the University of Ghent, and to Prof. Donald Michie, Mr John Roycroft and Dr Tim Niblett of the Turing Institute, for their helpful suggestions
  7. Re: Bionic Vs Crafty Debate: some data required by Albrecht Heeffer, CCC, January 25, 1999 » Crafty
  8. Leiden 2001 by László Szalai
  9. ICT Leiden 2001 - download
  10. Albrecht Heeffer - My game against Habu
  11. Preprints from 1995 on
  12. Albrecht Heeffer - Publications
  13. dblp: Albrecht Heeffer
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  20. Knowledge extraction from Wikipedia
  21. Emperor Meiji from Wikipedia
  22. Sangaku from Wikipedia
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  24. Sybrandt Hansz. Cardinael - Wikipedia.nl (Dutch)

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