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* [[Takeshi Ito]], [[Daisuke Takano]] ('''2015'''). ''Changes in Cognitive Processes and Brain Activity''. [[ICGA Journal#38_4|ICGA Journal, Vol. 38, No. 4]] » [[Cognition]], [[Shogi]]
 
* [[Takeshi Ito]], [[Daisuke Takano]] ('''2015'''). ''Changes in Cognitive Processes and Brain Activity''. [[ICGA Journal#38_4|ICGA Journal, Vol. 38, No. 4]] » [[Cognition]], [[Shogi]]
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* [[Takenobu Takizawa]], [[Takeshi Ito]], [[Takuya Hiraoka]], [[Kunihito Hoki]] ('''2015'''). ''[https://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-319-08234-9_22-1 Contemporary Computer Shogi]''. [https://link.springer.com/referencework/10.1007/978-3-319-08234-9 Encyclopedia of Computer Graphics and Games]
 
* [[Takafumi Nakamichi]], [[Takeshi Ito]] ('''2018'''). ''Adjusting the evaluation function for weakening the competency level of a computer shogi program''. [[ICGA Journal#40_1|ICGA Journal, Vol. 40, No. 1]]
 
* [[Takafumi Nakamichi]], [[Takeshi Ito]] ('''2018'''). ''Adjusting the evaluation function for weakening the competency level of a computer shogi program''. [[ICGA Journal#40_1|ICGA Journal, Vol. 40, No. 1]]
 
* [[Yuuto Kosaka]], [[Takeshi Ito]] ('''2018'''). ''Examination of Indicators for Estimating Players’ Strength by using Computer Go''. [[TAAI 2018]]
 
* [[Yuuto Kosaka]], [[Takeshi Ito]] ('''2018'''). ''Examination of Indicators for Estimating Players’ Strength by using Computer Go''. [[TAAI 2018]]

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Takeshi Ito [1]

Takeshi Ito,
a Japanese doctor of engineering and assistant professor at Department of Communication Engineering and Informatics, Faculty of Informatics and Engineering, University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo. He serves as chair of the Cognitive Science and Entertainment (E&C) Research Station [2], and as director of the Computer Shogi Association (CSA) [3] [4]. Takeshi Ito is engaged in research on players' thought and cognitive processes such as learning, especially in the context of Go and Shogi. He is co-author of the Shogi programs HIT+SS, a knowledge based system applying a Selfish Search [5], and Bonanza [6], and a Ms. Pac-Man bot applying Monte-Carlo Tree Search, which won the Screen Capture Competition at CIG 2011 [7] [8].

Photos

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Takeshi Ito at Forum of Computer Games 2010 - The Challenge of Computer Shogi [9]

Selected Publications

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