Stephen (Steve) Stuart,
an American early chess programmer, who wrote a chess program for the Signetics 2650 8-bit microprocessor in 1977, after a challenge for microprocessor chess programs of an Amdahl engineer to the Amdahl Computer Club, where Stuart was member . Steve Stuart Chess played the Second West Coast Computer Faire Microcomputer Chess Tournament in March 1978 in the "less than 8K of memory class b" .
- Stephen Stuart (1977). Letter. in Douglas Penrod (ed.) (1977). Computer Chess Newsletter, Issue 2. hosted by The Computer History Museum, Courtesy of Peter Jennings, pg. 12