Mephisto TM Edmonton

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Mephisto Edmonton (Turniermaschine)
Hersteller Hegener & Glaser Jahr: keine offizielle Verkaufsversion
Elo Preis
Programmierer Lang, Richard BT-2450
Prozessor 68020 BT-2630
Prozessortyp 32 Bit Colditz
Takt 24 bis 30 MHz Rechentiefe
RAM 1024 KB Display 2 x 4-stellige 7-Segment Anzeige
ROM 128 KB Zugeingabe Magnetsensoren
Bibliothek 7.000 Varianten / 60.000 Halbzüge Zugausgabe 64 Feld-LEDs
Spielstufen
Maße 50 x 50 x 6 cm / Spielfläche 40 x 40 cm / Feldgröße 5 x 5 cm / Königshöhe 89 mm
Stromversorgung  
Verwandt Mephisto Almeria
Sonstiges
Turniermaschine der WCCC 1989 in Edmonton


Mephisto Edmonton Bild 4.jpg

© - Heiko Berger Schachcomputer-Online-Museum

Mephisto Edmonton Bild 7.jpeg

© - Heiko Berger Schachcomputer-Online-Museum


Infos
Auszug aus dem Turnierbulletin:

"Mephisto is a further development of the Mephisto Almeria program which won the World Micro Computer Chess Championship held in Almeria, Spain during September 1988. The Almeria program is completely new and was started in December 1987. It is a selec¬tive program with a selection mechanism that prunes bad moves from the search tree and extends the depth of the search for interesting lins. The program contains a large amount of chess knowledge and uses hash tables which are of especially great benefit in the end game. For Edmonton, extra chess knowledge has been added and the tactical strength has been improved with adjustments to the search exten¬sion algorithms."

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Bilder - © Heiko Berger / Schachcomputer-Online-Museum

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