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Andreas Rudin [1]

Andreas Rudin, (née Keil)
a German computer scientist and game inventor at Murmel Spielwerkstatt und Verlag AG, Zurich, Switzerland [2]. As high school student in the 70s, he participated three times at Jugend forscht, the German youth science competition on various topics. In 1973, on computer assisted translation of Latin verb forms [3], and in 1975 on the design of a Pan-European language [4]. In 1974, he won the third prize in computer science and mathematics with his chess program Charlie, which futher competed at the First GI Computer Chess Tournament 1975 in Dortmund [5]. and the First European Computer Chess Championship 1976 in Amsterdam.

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Andreas Keil with Charlie in 1974 [6]

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