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Deniz Yuret [1]

Deniz Yuret,
a Turkish computer scientist and Assistant Professor at Koç University, Istanbul. He received his B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1992-2000. His research interests includes machine learning and computational linguistics. At MIT he worked with David McAllester on Conspiracy Number Search, and the depth-first Alpha-Beta Conspiracy Search (ABC search), which uses conspiracy theory and disjoint depths of max- and min-player to control selectivity and extensions of an alpha-beta search, also mentioned by the Deep Blue team [2]. In his paper The Principle of Pressure in Chess, Deniz Yuret introduces the best-first Pressure Search algorithm, and concerning selectivity further mentions the ACM 1993 and its winner Socrates aka Titan, and corporate experiments with the Socrates team at MIT on new algorithms [3].

Selected Publications

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Forum Posts

External Links

References

  1. Deniz Yuret - Google Scholar Citations
  2. Murray Campbell, Joe Hoane, Feng-hsiung Hsu (1999). Search Control Methods in Deep Blue. AAAI Technical Report SS-99-07, pdf, pdf
  3. Deniz Yuret (1994). The Principle of Pressure in Chess. TAINN 1994
  4. dblp: Deniz Yuret

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