Matthias Lüscher

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Matthias Lüscher,
a Swiss computer scientist and senior technology engineer. He holds a diplom degree in computerized sciences [2] from ETH Zurich, and is author of the chess engine Chessterfield. Inspired by Michael Buro's CG 1998 paper From Simple Features to Sophisticated Evaluation Functions [3], covering not only automated parameter tuning but a procedure for exploring the feature space able to discover new features in a computational feasible way, Matthias Lüscher implemented Buro's General Linear Evaluation Model (GLEM) inside the experimental chess program ChessterfieldCL, using a three-layer neural network as evaluation function, as documented in his technical report under supervision of Thomas Lincke and Christoph Wirth [4].


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