Chris J. Thornton

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Chris Thornton [1]

Chris James Thornton,
a British computer scientist and lecturer in the Department of Informatics at the University of Sussex, and formerly a lecturer in the department of artificial intelligence at the University of Edinburgh. He holds a BA in economics, a M.Sc in computer science and a Ph.D. in artificial intelligence [2]. His research interests around information theory and cognitive science include machine learning, neural networks, data compression, computational creativity, the problem of induction, Kolmogorov complexity, sequence prediction, algorithmic music, analogy formation, minimum description length encoding, information refinement and formal concept analysis [3]. One of his lectures deals with game playing, Minimax, Negamax and Alpha-Beta [4].

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