Kenneth W. Regan

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Kenneth W. Regan [1]

Kenneth W. Regan (Ken Regan),
an American chess player, mathematician, computer scientist and associate professor with tenure at Department Computer Science and Engineering [2], University at Buffalo, Amherst, New York. He defended his Ph.D. on the separation of complexity classes in 1986 at University of Oxford under Dominic Welsh. Beside computational complexity theory, his research interests include other fields of information theory and pure mathematics. Kenneth W. Regan holds the title of a Chess International Master [3] with a rating of 2372 [4].

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External Links

Measuring Fidelity to a Computer Agent
Kenneth W. Regan's Chess Page
Kasparov Versus the World: The Great Internet Match [18]
Computer Chess - Hash Collisions in Chess Engines, and What They May Mean... by Kenneth W. Regan » Transposition Table


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