Robert Prinsen

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Robert Prinsen,
a British programmer, who while affiliated with InterScan Data Systems, Hounslow, in the 70s [1], developed the early chess program A16chs in only seven months [2]. Competing at the First World Computer Chess Championship, 1974 in Stockholm, A16chs ran on an Alpha16 minicomputer [3].

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  1. A16chs, Computer Automation Alpha16 soft. by Interscan Data Systems (1974)
  2. Jean E. Hayes, David Levy (1976). The world computer chess championship, Stockholm 1974. University Press (Edinburgh), pp. 80
  3. NAKED MINI/ ALPHA 16 from The Computer History Museum

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