Vivien Clauzon

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Vivien Clauzon [1]

Vivien Clauzon,
a French software architect and applied mathematician holding a Ph.D. from Clermont-Ferrand II on the topic of computational fluid dynamics in 2008. He further elaborated on L∞ stability of the MUSCL method in the study of partial differential equations. As a computer chess programmer, Vivien Clauzon is author of the chess engines Weini and Minic.

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2018

2019

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