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Harm Geert Muller (HGM),
a Dutch physicist and since 1976 computer chess programmer. He wrote a blitz program for the PDP-11 and programs for the 6800 and 6502 8-bit µ-Processors, released under the name Usurpator, which competed in several Dutch Computer Chess Championships. In 1986 HGM came up with a matchbox computer with a 65SC816 CPU for the purpose of running Usurpator [1], competing three times until 1990 [2].
HGM [3]

Comeback

After 15 years "out of business", HGM is back with his minimalist chess engine Micro-Max, the chess variants engine Fairy-Max, the closed source programs Joker and Spartacus [4], the Chinese Chess engine HaQiKi D, and the Shogi engine Shokidoki. HGM is involved in extending the Chess Engine Communication Protocol specification to Version 2 [5], also addressing various chess and chess like game variants, and further covering Checkers, Go, Amazons, and Othello [6]. His didactic open source engine KingSlayer published in fall 2015 [7] is intended to be an inspiration for beginning chess programmers [8].

Shokidoki

HGM's Shogi engine Shokidoki won silver in 5*5 Shogi at the 15th Computer Olympiad [9], gold at the 17th Computer Olympiad [10], gold in Shogi and Mini-Shogi at the 18th Computer Olympiad 2015, and also won the 2015 UEC Cup [11] [12].

Photos

DOCCC 2005

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Harm Geert Muller and Stan Arts, DOCCC 2005 [13]

CPT 2008

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Harm Geert Muller and Vincent Diepeveen, CPT 2008 [14]

Yokohama 2013

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Yokohama 2013, Mini Shogi, Gold for Shokidoki, Silver 1/128 Rigan, Bronze Mattari Yucha [15]
Jaap van den Herik, Nakamichi Takashi, Harm Geert Muller, Yoshiyuki Kotani [16] [17] [18]

Leiden 2016

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19th Computer Olympiad, Winners in Mini-Shogi: Shun-Chin Hsu, Harm Geert Muller and Andrew Lin [19]

Selected Publications


Forum Posts

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HGM's pages


External Links


References

  1. ^ Jaap van Oosterwijk Bruyn (1986). Nona retains her Title. ICCA Journal, Vol. 9, No. 3
  2. ^ Harm Geert Muller (1990). A Matchbox Chess Computer. ICCA Journal, Vol. 13, No. 4
  3. ^ Homepage of H.G.Muller
  4. ^ Re: Any joker1114w Updates? by Harm Geert Muller, CCC, November 06, 2011
  5. ^ Chess Engine Communication Protocol by Tim Mann & H.G. Muller
  6. ^ WinBoard, exotic version by Harm Geert Muller, CCC, January 15, 2011
  7. ^ hgm.nubati.net Git - simple.git/summary
  8. ^ Re: Single threaded or simplified version of stockfish ? by Harm Geert Muller, October 16, 2016
  9. ^ Shokidoki wins silver at ICGA Olympiad for 5x5 Shogi by Harm Geert Muller, CCC, September 28, 2010
  10. ^ Shokidoki wins gold medal in Yokohama by Harm Geert Muller, CCC, August 15, 2013
  11. ^ Shokidoki wins UEC Cup! by Harm Geert Muller, CCC, November 22, 2015
  12. ^ 第9回UEC杯5五将棋大会 - 5五将棋 portal
  13. ^ 25th Open Dutch Computer-Chess Championship 2005, Photo Gallery
  14. ^ 1st Programmers Tour - Photos
  15. ^ Games Tournament 2013 - Shogi 5×5
  16. ^ Re: Shokidoki wins gold medal in Yokohama by Harm Geert Muller, CCC, August 17, 2013
  17. ^ Shokidoki by Harm Geert Muller
  18. ^ Photos 2013 Events: day 4, ICGA
  19. ^ Photo 18 by Jan Krabbenbos, Events 2016: Day 3 | ICGA
  20. ^ Attophysics from Wikipedia
  21. ^ Eine Stoppuhr für den Tunneleffekt by Samuel Schläfli, ETH-Life, ETH Zurich, June 25, 2008 (German)
  22. ^ Quantum tunnelling from Wikipedia
  23. ^ Der Tunneleffekt unter Beschuss by Samuel Schläfli, ETH-Life, ETH Zurich, December 05, 2008 (German)
  24. ^ Current world's smallest chess program by Oscar Toledo G., CCC, February 20, 2009
  25. ^ Seirawan chess from Wikipedia
  26. ^ Chu Shogi, the ancient super Chess game by Harm Geert Muller
  27. ^ 第9回UEC杯5五将棋大会 - 5五将棋 portal
  28. ^ New version of HaChu released by Harm Geert Muller, CCC, June 16, 2013

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