Petrosian


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Petrosian

(pɪˈtrəʊʒən)
n
(Biography) Tigran (tiɡˈran). 1929–84, Soviet chess player; world champion (1963–69)
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But just three years after defeating Tigran Petrosian in 1969 for the ultimate chess crown, Spassky lost to the enigmatic Bobby Fischer in what was the 'match of the century'.
"To be honest, I wanted to work and ' Arman Petrosian and ' Davit Avetisyan, but it turned out that cooperation at some point stopped", the meeting participants said Head of the Committee, the opinion saying that both of them experience in the system or attached solutions to use in areas need to be found.
Wang beat GM Tigran Petrosian of Armenia in 64 moves of a Guico Piano.
The kilonova--a term coined in 2010 by Vahe Petrosian (Stanford), Brian Metzger (Columbia University), and others --is basically the sizzling fireball from the neutron star smash-up.
Evidence for a correlation between [E.sub.peak] and [S.sub.tot] was first found by Lloyd and Petrosian [182] and Lloyd et al.
At the highest level Tal, Kasparov and Carlsen are viewed as brilliant exponents of the former and Capablanca and Petrosian chas mpions of the latter.
Paragua and Demchenko forged a draw in 37 moves of a Trompovsky Attack while Antonio and Kirill split the point in 60 moves of a French Defense Petrosian.
The coach of the new school will be a member of the Arsenal Soccer School Cyprus, but the technical director Ara Petrosian will be having the overall responsibilities.
The concentration has three extracting functions, due to the greater difficulty in detecting it owing to the low magnitude on the beta and gamma waves: Hjorth Mobility, Petrosian fractal dimension [PFD] (Goh, Hamadicharef, Henderson, & Ifeachor, 2005) and PSD ratio.
Petrosian, "Optimal zonal wavelet-based ECG data compression for a mobile telecardiology system," IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine, vol.