David Wolfe (mathematician)

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David Wolfe is a mathematician and amateur Go player.

In 1994 he and his advisor Elwyn Berlekamp published Mathematical Go Endgames, Nightmares for the Professional Go Player, an analysis of the end-game of Go with the methods of combinatorial game theory based on his dissertation.[1][2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Wolfe, David (1991). Mathematics of Go: Chilling Corridors (PhD thesis).
  2. ^ Berlekamp, Elwyn; Wolfe, David (1997). Mathematical Go: Chilling Gets the Last Point. A K Peters Ltd. ISBN 1-56881-032-6.
  3. ^ Berlekamp, Elwyn; Wolfe, David (1994). Mathematical Go Endgames. Ishi Press. ISBN 0-923891-36-6. (paperback version of Mathematical Go: Chilling Gets the Last Point)