Ian H. Witten

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Ian Hugh Witten,
a British, Canadian, and New Zealand computer scientist, and professor emeritus at the Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato, and before, professor at the University of Calgary. He received his Ph.D. from University of Essex in 1976, where he also worked with Ron Atkin on chess. His further contributions to research include the theory of adaptive systems along with multi-armed bandit problem, already introducing TD(0) in 1977 [2] [3], speech synthesis, digital signal processing, machine learning, data mining and text compression. Along with Craig Nevill-Manning, he is a co-creator of the Sequitur algorithm [4].

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