Bernhard Pfahringer

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Bernhard Pfahringer [1]

Bernhard Pfahringer,
an Austrian computer scientist and AI researcher, since 2000 associate professor at the Computer Science Department at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. His research interests covers Machine Learning and Programming Languages.

Selected Publications

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References

  1. Image from Homepage of Bernhard Pfahringer (cropped)
  2. Bernhard Pfahringer's publications
  3. dblp: Bernhard Pfahringer
  4. Johannes Fürnkranz (1997). Knowledge Discovery in Chess Databases: A Research Proposal. Technical Report OEFAI-TR-97-33, Austrian Research Institute for Artificial Intelligence, zipped ps, pdf 3.6 Non-classification techniques: ... General dependencies [Pfahringer and Kramer, 1995] might find interesting applications in chess databases for discovering typical piece-patterns, such as “In many cases when white castles queen-sides, he will sooner or later play h4.”

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