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Michael Hoffmann,
a German computer scientist, programmer, league chess player (around 2000) [1] [2] [3], and as computer chess programmer working on his engine Nemo. Supported by Sven Schüle, Nemo 1.0 Beta was released to the public in January 2012 [4], available from Jim Ablett's site, also hosted by Ron Murawski [5].

Obstruction Difference

In 2009, Michael Hoffmann proposed an interesting technique to generate sliding piece attacks with bitboards, dubbed Obstruction Difference [6].

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References

  1. ^ DWZ-Karteikarte - Michael Hoffmann
  2. ^ Deutsche Wertungszahl (DWZ) from Wikipedia
  3. ^ Not to be confused with the German Grandmaster Michael Hoffmann
  4. ^ Nemo 1.0 Beta by Michael Hoffmann, CCC, January 12, 2012
  5. ^ Computer Chess Wiki - Engine: Nemo
  6. ^ DIRECT BITBOARD MOVEGENERATION by Michael Hoffmann, CCC, July 23, 2009

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