• 1922
    (b.) - ?


In 1962 Georgy and E.M. Landis published a paper "An algorithm for the organization of information." which would become the AVL tree, named after it's two inventors. In 1965, Adelson-Velsky headed the development of a computer chess program at the Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics in Moscow. The program defeated Kotok-McCarthy in the first chess match between computer programs, and evolved into Kaissa, the first world computer chess champion.