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Ruslan Sinulla Ogly Hajiev,
an Azerbaijani psychologist and computer scientist. In 1975, while affiliated with the Republican Information and Computing Centre, Ministry of Health of the Azerbaijan SEER, Baku [1], he tried to identify typical tactical motifs by observing the chess master's eye movement when searching for a forced combination in a given position displayed on a large demonstration board. Hajiev reported that he was indeed able to derive from experimental data some important tactical relations which he later implemented in a chess-playing program. He gave examples of tactical positions in which his program was able to simulate the master's behavior with striking efficacy [2].

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References

  1. ^ AI11.org homepage - Ruslan Sinulla Ogly Hajiev
  2. ^ Ivan Bratko, Peter Tancig, Simona Tancig (1984). Detection of Positional Patterns in Chess. ICCA Journal, Vol. 7, No. 2, R.E. Hajiev pp. 63/64
  3. ^ DBLP: R. Hajiev
  4. ^ AI11.org homepage

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