Mr. Harish
Boxing Coach

Coaching Clinic® Licensed Facilitator certification

Education - MBA

Professional Background/Expertise

She coaches on a variety of issues in a wide spectrum of industries. But, no matter what the business is, she is quick to point out that a shift in management’s focus makes all the difference in keeping the company competitive. She feels her extensive coaching with these organizations has proven that she can coach executive management and improve team performance with measurable results.

Coaching Niche

Having worked with banking, retail, manufacturing, IT/communications, entertainment, and government organizations, this individual’s coaching expertise lies in leadership, executive, and team performance coaching as well as:
Coaching Clinic® Licensed Facilitator certification

Education - MBA

Professional Background/Expertise

She coaches on a variety of issues in a wide spectrum of industries. But, no matter what the business is, she is quick to point out that a shift in management’s focus makes all the difference in keeping the company competitive. She feels her extensive coaching with these organizations has proven that she can coach executive management and improve team performance with measurable results.

Coaching Niche

Having worked with banking, retail, manufacturing, IT/communications, entertainment, and government organizations, this individual’s coaching expertise lies in leadership, executive, and team performance coaching as well as:


Mr.Satish Misal
Organization

INTRODUCTION"
No successful GO-playing program has appeared in the
literature, although Remus! used GO as the subject of
a machine learning study, and Thorp and Walden2 have
considered some of its mathematical aspects. Another
auihor3 considered GO to be. somewhat mysterious,
making it a challenge to those interested in automating
it. Apparently the game was described as being myster-
ious to indicate that people were able to play it without
knowing how they were able to play so well. More study
of this complex game may reward us with new insight
into human perceptual and problem solving abilities as
well as foster the development of new techniques for
artificial intelligence. This report describes a program
which plays GO. The program uses an information
processing model to produce perceptual features which
are seen by human GO players, and is capable of several
responses to the recognition of significant configurations
of these perceptual features.


Mr.Rahul Bhombe
Director

Mr.Rahul is the director of this Accociation.