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Andre Adrian,
a German senior engineer with background in telecommunication, real-time processing and air traffic control. His interests include computer chess and computer chess history, he maintains a computer chess site in German, covering El Ajedrecista, Turochamp, Dietrich Prinz' Mate-in-two, and early chess programs and Dedicated Chess Computers [1]. Andre Adrian further ported the Sargon Z80 assembly program by Kathe and Dan Spracklen [2] to run under the CP/M operating system, and Harm Geert Muller's Micro-Max for an Atmel-ATmega88 Microcontroller [3] using WinAVR GCC, deployed for a self-made chess computer SHAH [4] and the ATM18 mini chess computer [5] from the electronics magazine Elektor.

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References

  1. ^ Computer-Schach by Andre Adrian (German)
  2. ^ Sargon Z80 assembly listing by Dan and Kathe Spracklen, hosted by Andre Adrian
  3. ^ ATmega88 Automotive from Atmel Products -Microcontrollers - AVR® 8-Bit RISC
  4. ^ Self-made Chess Computer SHAH based on an Atmel-ATmega88 Microcontroller and Micro-Max-port by Andre Adrian (German)
  5. ^ ATM18 Mini Chess Computer from ELEKTOR.com – Platform for electronics and microcontrollers

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