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Andreas Junghanns [1]

Andreas Junghanns,
a German computer scientist. Junghanns studied at the Technical University of Chemnitz, Germany, in Madrid, Spain, and at the University of Alberta, Canada from 1994 until 1999, where he defended his Ph.D. thesis Pushing the Limits: New Developments in Single-Agent Search (Jung 1999) in 1999. His research interests include search algorithms like single-agent search applied to the game of Sokoban. Along with Yngvi Björnsson, Junghanns co-authored the chess program The Turk, which was test-bed of their Uncertainty Cut-Offs. After some years of corporate IT research, Andreas Junghanns co-founded the QTronic GmbH 2006 in Berlin, Germany [2].

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