Abdul Mateen Khan

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Abdul Mateen Khan,
a computer scientist from the United Arab Emirates and IT manager in PAL Group of Companies since 2006. He received his M.Sc. in CS from New York Institute of Technology in 2008 [1], and was lead programmer of Hydra and principle author of the chess engines Cryptic [2] and Shark, in 2008 mentioned on the now defunct Hydra site, and from May 2008 until December 2009 on Wikipedia [3] [4].

Engines

  • Cryptic runs on modern high speed multi-processor CPU. It is programmed in mixed C and Assembly Language. It is aimed to be the world's top single machine Chess Engine.
  • Shark is network based deep search meta engine. It is based on unique idea by which it reaches to depth of 25+ easily with the help of only 6 CPUs in less than a minute. Currently a dual core CPU takes more than an hour to reach to this depth.

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