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Hiroyuki Iida [1]

Hiroyuki Iida,
a Japanese computer scientist and computer games researcher with focus on Game-refinement theory, Opponent Model Search, and Computer Shogi. Hiroyuki Iida is Professor at Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST), and head of the games laboratory [2]. Before, he was affiliated with the Shizuoka University, Hamamatsu, and was postdoctoral researcher at Maastricht University. He received his Ph.D. on Heuristic Theories on Game-Tree Search from Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Tokyo [3] .

Shogi

Hiroyuki Iida is a professional 6-dan Shogi player, and co-author of the Shogi program Tacos, the four times Gold medal winner at Computer Olympiads [4] . He is member of the Board of the ICGA as Secretary-Treasurer and Section Editor of the ICGA Journal.

Selected Publications

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Xinbo Gao, Hiroyuki Iida, Jos Uiterwijk, Jaap van den Herik (1998). A Speculative Strategy. CG 1998
Hiroyuki Iida, Jin Yoshimura, Kazuro Morita, Jos Uiterwijk (1998). Retrograde Analysis of the KGK Endgame in Shogi: Its Implications for Ancient Heian Shogi. CG 1998

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