Andreas G. Nowatzyk,
a German born , American physicist and computer scientist, Associate Professor at the Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Andreas Nowatzyk was member of the Deep Thought team, working on evaluation and evaluation tuning, and later worked with Mike Browne et al. in the field of parallel computing concerning shared memory and cache coherence..
Eval tuning in Deep Thought
Andreas Nowatzyk was one of the contributors to the Deep Thought project while he was in grad school. A few years ago when he and I were both working for Compaq's research labs in Palo Alto, Andreas sent me a copy of Deep Thought's evaluation function tuning program and asked me to put it on the Web for him, since he no longer has an interest in computer chess.
- Andreas Nowatzyk (1989). A Communication Architecture for Multiprocessor Networks. Ph.D. thesis, Technical Report, CMU-SCS-TR-89-181, Carnegie Mellon University
- Feng-hsiung Hsu, Thomas Anantharaman, Murray Campbell, Andreas Nowatzyk (1990). Deep Thought. Computers, Chess, and Cognition
- Feng-hsiung Hsu, Thomas Anantharaman, Murray Campbell, Andreas Nowatzyk (1990). A Grandmaster Chess Machine. Scientific American, Vol. 263, No. 4, Online Reprint
- Andreas Nowatzyk, Günes Aybay, Michael Browne, Edmund J. Kelly, Michael Parkin, Bill Radke, Sanjay Vishin (1995). Exploiting Parallelism in Cache Coherency Protocol Engines. Euro-Par '95, LNCS, Vol. 966, Springer
- Andreas Nowatzyk, Michael Browne, Edmund J. Kelly, Michael Parkin (1995). S-Connect: From Networks of Workstations to Supercomputer Performance. ISCA 1995
- Fong Pong, Michael Browne, Andreas Nowatzyk, Michel Dubois, Günes Aybay (1998). Design Verification of the S3.mp Cache-Coherent Shared-Memory System. IEEE Transactions on Computers, Vol. 47, No. 1
- Andreas Nowatzyk's Homepage
- Deep Thought from Tim Mann's Chess Pages
- Source code to tune Deep Thought's evaluation in tar.gz format.
- Andreas Nowatzyk's explanations of the the source code