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Tihamér Nemes, (April 29, 1895 - March 30, 1960)
a Hungarian mechanical and electrical engineer, pioneer in electronics and cybernetics, inventor, designer and developer of phones, frequency analysis devices, typewriter that reacted to the human voice, logical machines like Jevons' logical piano, moving robots, computers, and chess machines. He experimented with television as early as 1930, and designed and constructed an electro-mechanical chess machine in 1949 [1] .
Tihamér Nemes [2]


Nemes' Chess Machine

Wiring Diagram

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Nemes' design of a theoretical chess-machine [3]

Block Diagram

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Block chart of Mate-in-two solver [4]

See also


Selected Publications


External Links


References

  1. ^ Tihamér Nemes - Monoskop
  2. ^ Tihamér Nemes from The Hungarian Ljapunov: Dr. Tihamér NEMES (1895-1960) (pdf)
  3. ^ A design of a theoretical chess-machine to solve chess exercises in two steps, from The Hungarian Ljapunov: Dr. Tihamér NEMES (1895-1960) (pdf)
  4. ^ A theoretical chess-machine to solve chess exercises in two steps. Block-chart, from The Hungarian Ljapunov: Dr. Tihamér NEMES (1895-1960) (pdf)

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