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'''[[Main Page|Home]] * [[People]] * Matthias Engelbach'''
 
'''[[Main Page|Home]] * [[People]] * Matthias Engelbach'''
 
[[FILE:MatthiasEngelbach.jpg|border|right|thumb|link=http://radaris.de/p/Matthias/Engelbach/|  Matthias Engelbach <ref>[http://radaris.de/p/Matthias/Engelbach/ Matthias Engelbach - Radaris]</ref>  ]]
 
  
 
'''Matthias Engelbach''',<br/>
 
'''Matthias Engelbach''',<br/>
a German chess programmer, management consultant, and electrical engineer, in 1980 graduated from [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bundeswehr_University_Munich Bundeswehr University Munich],
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a German chess programmer and electrical engineer. In 1978, Matthias Engelbach started to develop the chess program [[Schach]] in [[Algol]] running on [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mainframe_computer mainframe computers] <ref>[http://www.computerhistory.org/chess/full_record.php?iid=doc-431614f6c9575 The Fifteenth ACM Computer Chess Championship, San Francisco California, October 7-9, 1984], [http://archive.computerhistory.org/projects/chess/related_materials/text/3-1%20and%203-2%20and%203-3%20and%204-3.1984_15th_NACCC/1984%20NACCC.062303012.sm.pdf pdf] from [[The Computer History Museum]]</ref>.  
part of the [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bundeswehr German Armed Forces] (Bundeswehr) supposed to offer civilian academic education for military officers.
 
In 1978, Matthias Engelbach started to develop the chess program [[Schach]] in [[Algol]] running on [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mainframe_computer mainframe computers]  
 
<ref>[http://www.computerhistory.org/chess/full_record.php?iid=doc-431614f6c9575 The Fifteenth ACM Computer Chess Championship, San Francisco California, October 7-9, 1984], [http://archive.computerhistory.org/projects/chess/related_materials/text/3-1%20and%203-2%20and%203-3%20and%204-3.1984_15th_NACCC/1984%20NACCC.062303012.sm.pdf pdf] from [[The Computer History Museum]]</ref>.
 
According to a former [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chessgames.com Chessgames.com] description <ref>[http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessplayer?pid=64934 The chess games of Schach 2 3] from [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chessgames.com Chessgames.com]</ref>, Schach '''2.0''' extended a 1970s version of [[Schach (US)|Schach]] by [[Rolf C. Smith]] and [[Franklin D. Ceruti]].  
 
 
In the early 90s, along with co-author [[Thomas Kreitmair]], Schach '''3.0''' was a complete re-write in [[x86]] (486) [[Assembly|assembly language]] for [[IBM PC|PCs]], to become one of the fastest programs of its time <ref>[https://www.stmintz.com/ccc/index.php?id=222098 Schach 3.0] by [[Vincent Diepeveen]], [[CCC]], April 08, 2002</ref>.   
 
In the early 90s, along with co-author [[Thomas Kreitmair]], Schach '''3.0''' was a complete re-write in [[x86]] (486) [[Assembly|assembly language]] for [[IBM PC|PCs]], to become one of the fastest programs of its time <ref>[https://www.stmintz.com/ccc/index.php?id=222098 Schach 3.0] by [[Vincent Diepeveen]], [[CCC]], April 08, 2002</ref>.   
  
 
=External Links=
 
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* [https://www.game-ai-forum.org/icga-tournaments/person.php?id=186 Matthias Engelbach's ICGA Tournaments]
 
* [https://www.game-ai-forum.org/icga-tournaments/person.php?id=186 Matthias Engelbach's ICGA Tournaments]
* [http://radaris.de/p/Matthias/Engelbach/ Matthias Engelbach - Radaris]
 
  
 
=References=
 
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Latest revision as of 09:20, 8 November 2019

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Matthias Engelbach,
a German chess programmer and electrical engineer. In 1978, Matthias Engelbach started to develop the chess program Schach in Algol running on mainframe computers [1]. In the early 90s, along with co-author Thomas Kreitmair, Schach 3.0 was a complete re-write in x86 (486) assembly language for PCs, to become one of the fastest programs of its time [2].

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