Shawn Benn

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Shawn Benn,
an American computer scientist, software and database engineer, from 1989 until 1996 affiliated with the Department of Computer Science, University of Maine, and since then, holding various positions in the industry [1]. In 1992, along with Danny Kopec, he recalibrated the Bratko-Kopec Test using six commercial chess programs, Chessmaster 3000, Excel 68000, MChess, Sargon IV, Sargon V and Zarkov 2.5 [2].

Selected Publications

External Links


  1. Shawn Benn - LinkedIn
  2. Shawn Benn, Danny Kopec (1993). The Bratko-Kopec Test Recalibrated. ICCA Journal, Vol. 16, No. 3
  3. Revised version of the paper Comparison and Testing of Six Commercial Computer Chess Programs, presented at the WCCC 1992 - Workshop: The Impact of Computer Chess on AI Research by Tony Marsland

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