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Thursday, January 17, 2013 10:40
In a week when the biggest story in the mainstream media is about Lance Armstrong possibly admitting the use of doping to Oprah, the chess world has its own cheating story that seems to be dragging on. Associate Professor of Computer Science and Engineering Ken Regan made an analysis and wrote a piece that addresses the question "What constitutes...
Using math to detect cheating
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 14:35
Kenneth Regan, associate professor of computer science at the University at Buffalo, has developed a program that can assist in discovering cheating. This was reported yesterday in the New York Times. For the New York Times, Dylan Loeb McClain, spoke with Regan, who has been researching the problem for five years. The Toiletgate scandal during the...