a Russian software developer and computer chess programmer. Aleks contributed to various methods of generating sliding piece attacks in bitboards, most notably he pioneered in the Hyperbola Quintessence approach  regarding the union of positive and negative ray-attacks, further utilizing disjoint ray-attacks in conjunction with own inverse and mirroring or flipping distributive xor instruction, also suggesting SSSE3 Hyperbola Quintessence using the Pshufb instruction for the vertical flip. Aleks also supported the Stockfish development in making test resources available .
- Re: BitBoard Tests Magic v Non-Rotated 32 Bits v 64 Bits by Aleks Peshkov, CCC, August 25, 2007 » Hyperbola Quintessence
- Null move alterative in endgames by Aleks Peshkov, CCC, November 16, 2011 » Null Move Pruning, Null Move Reductions
- (iteration+depth) TT replacement policy by Aleks Peshkov, CCC, February 27, 2015 » Transposition Table
- Re: The wrong way by Aleks Peshkov, CCC, January 05, 2016 » Hyperbola Quintessence
- Re: On-the fly hash key generation? by Aleks Peshkov, CCC, January 13, 2016 » Zobrist Hashing
- Re: BitBoard Tests Magic v Non-Rotated 32 Bits v 64 Bits by Aleks Peshkov, CCC, August 25, 2007
- Stockfish Blog - Stockfish 1.9, October 2, 2010