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Kenneth W. Regan, Associate Professor
Kenneth W. Regan
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
326 Davis Hall
Buffalo, NY 14260-2500
U.S.A.
Phone: (716) 645-4738
FAX: (716) 645-3464
Email: [my lowercased surname] [at symbol] buffalo [dot] edu
Research interests: Theoretical Computer Science
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Publications and some talks.

"Fidelity" Chess Research Site. Research description, longer overview. Chess papers and talks. June 2014 Chess Life article, story on NPR Weekend Edition Saturday 6/21, and supplementary notes on both. 3/20/12 New York Times article, supplementary FAQ, and example IPR Chart of performances by 23 of the world's top players in 2012-13, plus similar chart for some computers.

New (9/12/13): Updated Study of Freestyle Chess, as referenced in the book Average is Over by Tyler Cowen, and more evidence against rating inflation.

Weblog: Gödel's Lost Letter and P=NP created and led by Richard J. Lipton, which I now partner.

Poster: "Landscape of Computational Complexity" (JPEG), designed with and in memoriam Mustafa Faramawi, 2008.


Fall 2014 course: CSE596: Introduction to the Theory of Computation.

Previous Courses:

CSE250: Data Structures and Algorithms, Spring 2014

CSE705 Seminar: Polynomials in Complexity Theory

Fall 2013 Course:

CSE 191: Discrete Structures, Fall 2013

Spring 2013 Seminars:

CSE705: Quantum Computation

CSE726: Human Decision-Making (At Chess) and Machine Learning


Christian Resources

Memorial Page for my father, Robert J. Regan.

Creative Writing

Chess Pages. Endgames, with note.

Married to Deborah Regan Howe with children Alexander (10/16/1994) and Rebecca (5/15/1997).


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