Tony T. Warnock,
an American mathematician and Research Fellow at the Information Sciences Group CCS-3 at Los Alamos National Laboratory. Along with Burton Wendroff, Tony Warnock is co-author of the Chess program Lachex, which competed at various ACM Tournaments and World Computer Chess Championships  in the 80s and early 90s.
- Joanne L. Martin, Tony Warnock (1983). CRAY-1 Instruction Analysis: A Comparison of Two Methods. Ninth International Computer Measurement Group Conference
- Tony Warnock, Burton Wendroff (1988). Search Tables in Computer Chess. ICCA Journal, Vol. 11, No. 1
- Burton Wendroff, Tony Warnock, Lewis Stiller, Dean Mayer, Ralph Brickner (1993). Bits and pieces: constructing chess endgame databases on parallel and vector architectures. Applied Numerical Mathematics, Vol. 12
- Tony Warnock (2001). Effective error estimates for quasi-Monte Carlo computations, Technical Report LA-UR-01-1950, Los Alamos National Laboratory.
- Tony Warnock (2002). Effective error estimates for quasi-Monte Carlo computations. pdf 
- Michael Cannon, Tony Warnock (2004). A Shape Descriptor Based on the Line Scan Transform. Los Alamos National Laboratory technical Report LA-UR-04-5865, pdf
- About Euwe by Tony Warnock, rgc, March 19, 1991
- Unusual Chess Tactics: Act II, Scene i, An Oasis in Egypt by Tony Warnock, rgc, May 03, 1993
- Re: Hash tables----Clash!!!-What happens next? by Tony Warnock, rgcc, March 17, 1994
- Early Reference on Bit-Boards by Tony Warnock, rgc, October 29, 1994