Masakazu Muramatsu

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Masakazu Muramatsu,
a Japanese mathematician, computer scientist, professor at the Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering, University of Electro-Communications, Chōfu, Tokyo, as well as head and eponymous of its laboratory. The Masakazu Muramatsu laboratory develops algorithms for optimization problems in the broad sense, with focus on nonlinear programming (NLP), convex programming and in particular semidefinite programming and Conic programming. Masakazu Muramatsu holds a Ph.D. in 1994 from the Institute of Statistical Mathematics [2]. Along with Kunihito Hoki and others, he also co-authored on search topics such as pruning in Shogi and Monte-Carlo Tree Search applied to Go.

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