Michael Hoffmann

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Michael Hoffmann,
a German computer scientist, programmer, and chess player [1] [2] [3], and as computer chess programmer author of the chess engine Nemo. In 2009, Michael Hoffmann proposed an interesting technique to generate sliding piece attacks with bitboards, dubbed Obstruction Difference [4].

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