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  • 2019-03-23: LHC@Home, CMS jobs

    The batch I submitted last night is now showing on the monitor, so you can resume tasks at will.



  • 2019-03-23: LHCathome-dev, CMS jobs

    The batch I submitted last night is now showing on the monitor, so you can resume tasks at will.



  • 2019-03-23: LHCathome-dev, Warning: possible shortage of CMS jobs - set No New Tasks as a precaution

    There was an intervention (i.e. upgrade) yesterday afternoon[1] on the cmsweb-testbed system we use to submit CMS workflows that left things a bit confused. One problem was fixed, and the monitor shows all good. However, we are running out of CMS jobs -- maybe 10 hours left -- but the new batch I submitted yesterday isn't showing up on the testbed monitor. I submitted another last night but still neither are being shown this morning, so I submitted yet another batch.
    At the moment I don't know whether the submission has failed or whether the monitor hasn't picked up the new batches. As a precaution, set No New Tasks on your CMS project(s) to avoid tasks crashing due to lack of jobs. I'll let you know as soon as I'm sure jobs are available again.

    [1] How many times do I have to tell people not to touch critical systems on a Friday -- especially Friday afternoon!?



  • 2019-03-23: LHC@Home, Warning: possible shortage of CMS jobs - set No New Tasks as a precaution

    There was an intervention (i.e. upgrade) yesterday afternoon[1] on the cmsweb-testbed system we use to submit CMS workflows that left things a bit confused. One problem was fixed, and the monitor shows all good. However, we are running out of CMS jobs -- maybe 10 hours left -- but the new batch I submitted yesterday isn't showing up on the testbed monitor. I submitted another last night but still neither are being shown this morning, so I submitted yet another batch.
    At the moment I don't know whether the submission has failed or whether the monitor hasn't picked up the new batches. As a precaution, set No New Tasks on your CMS project(s) to avoid tasks crashing due to lack of jobs. I'll let you know as soon as I'm sure jobs are available again.

    [1] How many times do I have to tell people not to touch critical systems on a Friday -- especially Friday afternoon!?



  • 2019-03-22: NumberFields@home, GPU app - beta version for linux nvidia

    After all these years, we finally have our first GPU app. It's only a beta version for 64bit linux with Nvidia GPUs. Support for other platforms and GPUs will be coming soon.

    If you'd like to help test this app, you will need to check the "run test applications" box on the project preferences page. I generated a special batch of work for this app from some older WUs that I have truth for. This will help to find any potential bugs that are still there.

    A few potential issues:
    1. This was built with the Cuda SDK version 10.1, so it uses a relatively new Nvidia driver version and only supports compute capability 3.0 and up. If this affects too many users out there, I will need to rebuild with on older SDK.
    2. I was not able to build a fully static executable, but I did statically link the ones most likely to be a problem (i.e. pari, gmp, std c++)

    Please report any problems. I am still relatively new to the whole GPU app process, so I am sure there will be issues of some kind.

    Also, feel free to leave comments regarding what platform, GPU, etc I should concentrate on next. I was thinking I would attack linux OpenCL (i.e. ATI/AMD) next as that should be a quick port of what I did with Nvidia. I think the windows port will take much longer, since I normally use mingw to cross-compile but I don't think that's compatible with the nvidia compiler.



  • 2019-03-21: MilkyWay@home, Proper Credit Rewarded for New Workunits

    Hey Everyone,

    New workunits should properly award 227.157 credits instead of 133.622 credits. You may still see a few award 133.622 credits for a little while, but these workunits will filter out over time until eventually all reward the correct 227.157 credits.

    Best,

    Jake



  • 2019-03-20: MilkyWay@home, Workunit Credit Issues - Fix Implemented

    Hey Everyone,

    I have implemented a fix for workunits not assigning credit. Hopefully all newly validated workunits will award credit properly. If you notice anywhere that this is not the case, please let me know.

    As for the previously validated workunits which assigned zero credit, I am not sure there is a good way for me to assign credit for them. This would probably require me writing a script to actually alter your credit values based on the number of unrewarded returned results. I am pretty uncomfortable altering credit like this. Please use this thread to discuss and offer your input on this problem.

    Thank you all for your patience.

    Best,
    Jake



  • 2019-03-20: nanoHUB@home, Another round of upgrades complete

    We are back up again. The BOINC server for this project is connected to several other key parts of the nanoHUB infrastructure. We had to upgrade the BOINC server in January to support the volume of WUs our crunchers consume. The WU's are created from nanoHUB input files by another server, and we had to do significant upgrades to that server. The database of in-progress jobs (via BOINC and other venues) was consuming all the memory on that machine, leading to swapping. That server is critical for all nanoHUB jobs, including courses at several universities, so the DB upgrade had to be thoroughly tested before rolling it out. We are tiptoeing back into the creation of WUs. TLDR: our crunchers consume jobs at a rate at least one order of magnitude higher than our other computing venues, so it stresses all the infrastructure. We're watching everything closely.



  • 2019-03-19: MilkyWay@home, New Server Update

    Hey Everyone,

    We are switched over to the new server. I am still working on a few kinks related to serving workunits, but the website seems mostly stable. I have only found one or two broken pages which I will work on fixing as the week progresses. My priority for the rest of today is getting workunits served.

    Thanks for your patience.

    Jake



  • 2019-03-19: WEP-M+2 Project, 12-digit factor of P2203 has now been found by the project...

    ...179798 times



  • 2019-03-18: MilkyWay@home, Temporarily Suspending New Account Creation

    Hey Everyone,

    I am going to begin migrating accounts over to the new server. In order to do that, I am suspending new account creation until the new server is put up.

    Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

    Best,

    Jake



  • 2019-03-17: SRBase, short server outage today (done)

    I need to install some important updates. The server will not be available for a short time.



  • 2019-03-16: XANSONS for COD, 374 new structures

    New COD entries are added.

    Update. All WUs are sent to the hosts.



  • 2019-03-16: RakeSearch, Results of the first half of March 2019!

    Dear participants!

    February is passed, calendar winter is over, cold winds have weakened, but have not been yet replaced by warm weather and tea with berries jam as usual still for dinner! Meet the next berry - Cowberry (or Vacc



  • 2019-03-16: SRBase, base R759 proven

    On 25th of February, seyc found the last prime for base R759.
    The prime 34*759^266676-1 has 768093 digits and entered the TOP5000 in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database.

    Good job!



  • 2019-03-15: MilkyWay@home, New Workunit Generation Pause

    Hey Everyone,

    In preparation for the migration to the new server, we will be pausing the generation of new workunits today. This does not mean that we will stop sending out workunits. Instead, it means that the only workunits being sent out will be those needing cross validation. Hopefully, this will allow us to clear the workunit validation queue by Tuesday morning and simplify our transition process.

    This may also mean that at somepoint this weekend or on Monday, there will be very few workunits left on the server to process. This is expected.

    Best,

    Jake



  • 2019-03-14: RakeSearch, Technical works on March 15, 06:00-18:00 UTC

    Dear participants!

    Tomorrow, at March 15, the server will experience periods of unavailability since 06:00 to 18:00 UTC due to technical works.

    Thank you for attention and happy crunching!



  • 2019-03-13: MilkyWay@home, Planned Server Outage Tuesday March 19th

    Hey Everyone,

    The new server is in and I am working on getting our project set up and migrated over. My current plan is to take the current server offline early on Tuesday and migrate the database to the new server. I'm not sure how long this will take since the database is quite large. Hopefully I will have everything back up and running sometime on Wednesday the 20th. Sorry for any inconvenience this will cause.

    Thank you all for your continued support.

    Best,
    Jake



  • 2019-03-12: SETI@Home, New SETI Perspectives article

    Richard M Lawn has posted another interesting article to the SETI Perspectives forum. This one is about the mysteries of Fast Radio Burst (aka FRBs), possibly some of the most distant explosions ever seen.



  • 2019-03-12: World Community Grid, "We can feel the heartbeats of the crunch for science."

    Meet Jerome Doussy, a volunteer from France who shares his own words why he supports World Community Grid and scientific research.



  • 2019-03-12: NumberFields@home, Septic Results Paper Accepted for Publication

    I mentioned a while back that we submitted the results of the septic search for publication. I am now happy to report that the paper has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Number Theory.

    I will continue to post additional details as they become available.

    Thank you to all our volunteers for making this possible!



  • 2019-03-09: RakeSearch, Flyby graphs. Part 2

    Dear folks!

    On preliminary results page, we publish the second part of Flyby graphs!

    [R9_000565630_02] - 38 vertices and 94 edges. The third known graph with 38 vertices, but with 94 edges (in early finded graphs numbers of edges equals to 106 and 96).


    [R9_000572497_01] - 113616 vertices and 675264 edges. The new second known largest graph from orthogonal diagonal Latin squares of rank 9 and the third over entire processed space of ODLS! Also, you can see this animation (13.4 Mb) of gradual drawing of this graph.


    [R9_000585425_01] - 224 vertices and 1112 edges. The first graph with 224 vertices and only the sixth - in range of [200 .. 299] vertices in a graph.


    [R9_000604259_01] - 4048 vertices and 6968 edges. Another interesting graph arises between large graphs with 2388 and 9056 vertices! Also, you can see this animation (4.7 Mb).


    [R9_000698093_02] - 56 vertices and 284 edges. New construction from future of space exploration. :)


    [R9_000704747_01] - 72 vertices and 294 edges. Astonishing graph! Triangle-based figure with "vertex elements" like some of the previously detected graphs!


    [R9_000704751_02] - 120 vertices and 924 edges. One more triangle-base graph with a figure above each angle!


    Thank you for your participation and happy crunching! :)



  • 2019-03-08: Rosetta@Home, IPD's first nanoparticle vaccine

    Researchers in the King lab, an affiliate of the Institute for Protein Design, published a report in Cell describing a computer-designed nanoparticle vaccine targeting respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). Although Rosetta@home was not directly used for this study, Rosetta@home volunteers provided computing for related research and development.

    From IPD news:

    Millions of children will visit hospitals this year, sickened by RSV. Infection is usually mild, causing only fevers, runny noses and frightened parents. But, in severe cases, barking coughs and painful wheezing can indicate serious respiratory complications, including bronchiolitis and pneumonia.

    RSV is the primary cause of pneumonia in children under one and is therefore the leading cause of infant mortality worldwide after malaria. Although virtually every child on Earth will get RSV before the age of three, an estimated 99 percent of RSV deaths occur in developing countries. Despite substantial effort, there is not yet a safe and effective vaccine.

    Today, an international team of scientists co-led by researchers at the IPD report in Cell a first-of-its-kind vaccine candidate for RSV. It elicits broadly neutralizing antibodies against respiratory syncytial virus in mice and monkeys, paving the way for human clinical trials.



  • 2019-03-07: MilkyWay@home, New Server Installation

    Hey Everyone,

    We will be receiving our new server today. This means we may experience a few planned outages over the next couple days as we get it set up and migrate our data. In addition to installing this new hardware, we will also be upgrading the server to the BOINC server version 1.0 that was recently released. As is usual during upgrades, there may be a few hiccups along the way. Please bear with us while we work to make things more stable in the long run.

    Thank you all for your continued support.

    Best,

    Jake



  • 2019-03-07: SETI@Home, We're back up.

    Hopefully there won't be any further problem.

    Our attempt to upgrade the memory on Oscar (the BOINC database machine) and Carolyn (the replica database) took a bit of DIMM swapping to find pairs of DIMMs that worked. Carolyn is still short two DIMMs (32 GB), but we didn't want to extend the outage any further to try to get it up to the full 192 GB.

    We might try to max out Carolyn during the outage next week.

    [edit]And as is usual after a long outage, we've got a large number of hosts out there starving for work. It'll take a little while before "no work" messages start to get less frequent.[/edit]



  • 2019-03-06: BOINC combinat, Paper about BOINC

    A paper about BOINC has been posted on arXiv.org.



  • 2019-03-05: World Community Grid, CRUNCHERS SANS FRONTIERES Launches First Ever Team Relay Challenge

    An international team of crunchers is launching a unique new type of team challenge. Learn more about the Athena Trophy, created by CRUNCHERS SANS FRONTIERES, in this article.



  • 2019-03-05: Universe@Home, Our paper on the famous double neutron star merger

    My apologies for letting you know so late! In the previous year a very important paper appeared which partially used results from the Universe@Home project.

    An international cooperation led by prof. Belczynski investigated the importance of different evolutionary scenarios leading to a double neutron star merger. The work was motivated by the ground-breaking discovery of GW170817 made by LIGO/Virgo collaboration (see e.g. https://www.ligo.caltech.edu/page/press-release-gw170817). The scenarios included the isolated binary evolution which was exclusively calculated on U@H. The simulations showed that among currently considered formation scenarios this one is the most promising. Such a result may lead to a larger interest put in isolated binary evolution simulations and, consequently, to the results obtained thanks to the cooperation of thousands of U@H volunteers.

    The original work can be found for example here: https://arxiv.org/abs/1712.00632



  • 2019-03-05: PrimeGrid, Year of the Pig Challenge starts March 5th 2019 18:00 UTC

    Gong hei fat choy! Wishing you great happiness and prosperity.
    To celebrate the start of Chinese new year, PrimeGrid is having a 5 day challenge from March 5th 2019, 18:00 UTC until March 10th, 18:00 UTC.

    Work units from the GCW (LLR) project, which are downloaded and completed during the challenge will count towards your challenge score.

    Help us celebrate, maybe find a really big prime number eliminating one of the Generalised Cullen bases and earn a cool new badge!

    For more information and discussion, please see the official challenge thread: http://www.primegrid.com/forum_thread.php?id=8462



  • 2019-03-02: XANSONS for COD, 511 new structures

    New COD entries are added.

    Update. All WUs are sent to the hosts.



  • 2019-03-02: RakeSearch, February 2019 totals

    Dear folks!

    In February we (all crunchers of the project) set several high records:
    About 9% of tasks were completed
    8850 results with permutational pairs from ODLS were received
    237 participants received a badge for the find
    And at the 1st of March project research crosses the 60% completion mark! The luckiest participants of the second half of the month were:

    JZD and [AF>Amis des Lapins] Phil1966 (L'Alliance Francophone),
    XAVER and [AF>Amis des Lapins] Nabz37 (L'Alliance Francophone),
    pauno and [DPC]Division_Brabant~Cow_tipping (Dutch Power Cows),
    adams and [AF>Occitania]franky82 (L'Alliance Francophone),
    arkiss and [AF>Libristes] Pascal (L'Alliance Francophone),
    rebel9 and [AF>Libristes] Elorak (L'Alliance Francophone),
    Heikki and ????????????? ???? ?????????? ????? (Karelia),
    Progger and Karelian Center for Gender Studies (Karelia),
    Millenium and Skywalker@Athens (Macedonia is Greek!),
    matemajor and [AF] Skinny06 (L'Alliance Francophone),
    tehhustler and Michael H.W. Weber (Rechenkraft.net),
    Hartmut 53 and Hal Bregg (The Scottish Boinc Team),
    mike765321 and zelandonii (L'Alliance Francophone),
    Joe Noroian and Egon olsen (Meisterkuehler.de Team),
    fragamemnon and Jacob Rumbolt (Canadian Circuitry),
    Bok (SETI.USA) and Steve Dodd (The Planetary Society),
    saiz (Team China) and LeChat51X (L'Alliance Francophone),
    EXT64 ([H]ardOCP) and ???????? ??????? ?????? (Karelia),
    FourOh (SETI.USA) and Thyler Durden@P3D (Planet 3DNow!),
    Sphynx (SETI.USA) and Rhodan71 (L'Alliance Francophone),
    frankhagen (gigo) and [DPC]Blah.NET (Dutch Power Cows),
    Casey ([H]ardOCP) and EarlyBird@Zircons (BOINC@Taiwan),
    Come_Visit_Hawaii and owensse (The Planetary Society),
    ale4316 (Ukraine) and joe carnivore (Rechenkraft.net),
    pututu ([H]ardOCP) and Johannes Elsner (Planet 3DNow!),
    Oleg (Russia Team) and [SG-FC]schilli74 (SETI.Germany),
    cc-smokey (CC-Team) and [SG-FC] dingdong (SETI.Germany),
    -jb- (SETI.Germany) and Jerzy_Przytocki (BOINC@Poland),
    jrle77 (IPN Mexico) and BlisteringSheep (Ars Technica),
    Kodeks IT (Karelia) and Hubert Kozi?ski (BOINC@Poland),
    KR Center (Karelia) and Sergey Zhikhorev (Russia Team),
    Werinbert (Free-DC) and [DPC] hansR (Dutch Power Cows),
    Inya (SETI.Germany) and Wabi CZ (Czech National Team),
    purplecfh (SETI.USA) and entigy (Team England (Boinc)),
    axels (SETI.Germany) and http://vk.com/boinc (Karelia),
    VogeL (SETI.Germany) and Dmitriy Otroschenko (Ukraine),
    el_teniente (Russia) and eLPeCKo (Czech National Team),
    JonS (UK BOINC Team) and ????? ????????????? (Karelia),
    Coleslaw ([H]ardOCP) and fax (Meisterkuehler.de Team),
    Derivator (Gridcoin) and planetclown (Crunching@EVGA),
    cpuid (SETI.Germany) and polarbeardj (Crunching@EVGA),
    mimeq (BOINC@Poland) and ShmyaCluster (Crystal Dream),
    conf [MM] (SETI.USA) and Uwe-Bergstedt (SETI.Germany),
    phoenicis ([H]ardOCP) and [SG-2W]Kurzer (SETI.Germany),
    xoltar (SETI.Germany) and Theadalus (Dutch Power Cows),
    Fornax (SETI.Germany) and Shaman (Czech National Team),
    jozef j (Russia Team) and PDW (OcUK - Overclockers UK),
    cluster-krc (Karelia) and killik (Czech National Team),
    Conan (Cobar Spiders) and ERBrouwer (Dutch Power Cows),
    taurec (SETI.Germany) and boceli (Czech National Team),
    MacRuh (SETI.Germany) and tcd (Meisterkuehler.de Team),
    pons66 (SETI.Germany) and arctic light (SETI.Germany),
    RoE187 (SETI.Germany) and Pjotr Panski (SETI.Germany),
    whowhere (AUGE@BOINC) and [SG] ronaldo (SETI.Germany),
    necavi (BOINC@Poland) and [SGa]HeNiNnG (SETI.Germany),
    genseed (Russia Team) and MaxAMD400 (Rechenkraft.net),
    Nexuss (SETI.Germany) and Astronomy.Karelia (Karelia),
    lydy1993 (Team China) and Rudy Toody (TeAm AnandTech),
    citerra (Russia Team) and [B@P] Daniel (BOINC@Poland),
    Timothy Mullican (USA) and stoneageman (XtremeSystems),
    VietOZ (XtremeSystems) and Ralfy (BOINC Confederation),
    somanyroads (SETI.USA) and Dark Angel (XtremeSystems),
    JagDoc (Planet 3DNow!) and RobertN (Dutch Power Cows),
    Kalomel (BOINC@Poland) and Bruce Kennedy (BOINCstats),
    Gipsel (Planet 3DNow!) and nexiagsi16v (SETI.Germany),
    GLeeM (TeAm AnandTech) and [SG-FC] oki (SETI.Germany),
    JohnMD (BOINC@Denmark) and ReaDy (Astronomy.Ru Forum),
    yodap (Crunching@EVGA) and Vincent Dark (Team China),
    RFGuy_KCCO ([H]ardOCP) and [SG] Felix (SETI.Germany),
    Soderstromm (Gridcoin) and Ole Matsen (SETI.Germany),
    okuzonosb (Team China) and LCB001 (Hardware Canucks),
    SEARCHER (BOINC@Pfalz) and Landjunge (Planet 3DNow!),
    sergamena (Russia Team) and Shmya-2 (Crystal Dream),
    Natalia (Crystal Dream) and hoarfrost (Crystal Dream),
    Crunch3r (BOINC United) and HK-Steve (Crunching@EVGA),
    kashi (BOINC@AUSTRALIA) and SG-Booster (SETI.Germany),
    zzuupp (TeAm AnandTech) and Roadranner (SETI.Germany),
    ????? ??????? (Karelia) and PC-COLLEGE (SETI.Germany),
    Lazarus-uk (BOINCstats) and ChelseaOilman ([H]ardOCP),
    herby44 (Planet 3DNow!) and Nightmare (XtremeSystems),
    alnitak2019 ([H]ardOCP) and CoolAtchOk (Russia Team),
    Hoshione (SETI.Germany) and Rymorea (Turk Seti Team),
    candido (Portugal@Home) and declis (Rechenkraft.net),
    [B^S] fred (BOINCstats) and Dennis-TW (SETI.Germany),
    ssjy806 (SETIKAH@KOREA) and glennpat (XtremeSystems),
    427jmf (Crunching@EVGA) and trebotuet (SETI.Germany),
    HenkM (Dutch Power Cows) and XSmeagolX (SETI.Germany).

    Thank you for all participants for attention and donation of CPU time of your computers!



  • 2019-03-01: SETI@Home, Download server glitch

    We had a problem with one of our download servers that was slowing down downloads and slowing down work generation. We've fixed the problem, but there are lots of people out there trying to download. It'll probably be a while before our downloads aren't swamped with requests.

    Work ready to send has started trending back up, so we shouldn't end up with a work shortage.



  • 2019-03-01: MilkyWay@home, Server Downtime Over the Weekend

    Hey Everyone,

    The building we house our server in will be doing maintenance on their power systems over the weekend. Unfortunately, that means there will be an outage from today at 4pm to Monday at 10am. I am sorry for the late notice.

    We hope you all have a great weekend.

    Best,
    Jake



  • 2019-02-28: World Community Grid, New Type of Work Unit and New Team Members for FightAIDS@Home - Phase 2

    FightAIDS@Home - Phase 2 has released a new, more efficient type of work unit. They've also added four new members to their research team.



  • 2019-02-28: Universe@Home, We got a grant!

    As Krzysztof have already said, we got a grant in the Maestro program. It will allow to continue the project for the next few years. We hope that the project will still provide an exceptionally computational power for the science.

    The Maestro program of the National Science Centre aims at providing funding for pioneering research. The research should be done by groups led by senior scientists. The projects must result in extending our understanding of physical phenomena and potentially lead to scientific discoveries. It is one of the biggest funding programs of the NSC.

    You can read about the scientific goals here
    https://ncn.gov.pl/sites/default/files/listy-rankingowe/2018-06-15/streszczenia/418854-en.pdf

    for Polish see
    https://ncn.gov.pl/sites/default/files/listy-rankingowe/2018-06-15/streszczenia/418854-pl.pdf



  • 2019-02-27: SRBase, base S6 Megaprime

    On 19th of January, vanos0512, a member of the team BOINC@Taiwan has found a megaprime 124125*6^2018254+1 for base S6. The prime has 1.570.512 digits and entered the TOP5000 in Chris Caldwell's The Largest Known Primes Database.

    Well done!



  • 2019-02-24: RNA World, BOINC Open Source Project looking for experienced MacOS developers

    The Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) system is the software infrastructure used by RNA World and many other volunteer distributed computing projects. The BOINC Open Source Project is looking for volunteers to develop and maintain the BOINC client on macOS. The BOINC Client and Manager are C++ cross-platform code supporting Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, and several other operating systems. Currently there are a number of volunteer developers supporting Windows and Linux, but the main macOS developer is winding down his involvement after many years. He is prepared to help a few new macOS developers get up to speed.

    If you have macOS development experience and are interested in volunteering time to help support and maintain the BOINC macOS client please have a look at the more detailed description here: https://boinc.berkeley.edu/trac/wiki/MacDeveloper

    If you want to help, please sign up to the BOINC Developer email list here: ?https://groups.google.com/a/ssl.berkeley.edu/forum/#!forum/boinc_dev.

    If you are not a macOS developer, but have other skills and are interested in contributing to BOINC, the link above also has more general information.

    Michael.



  • 2019-02-23: SETI@Home, New forum, and a new contributor.

    We have added a new forum called SETI Perspectives that will showcase thoughts on SETI and related topics from people not directly connected with the Berkeley SETI group. Richard Lawn, Ph.D is our first contributor with an article about 'Oumuamua, the first object we've seen that convincingly originates from outside from outside the solar system. We hope have a long collaboration with Richard. Please welcome him into the SETI@home family.



  • 2019-02-23: PrimeGrid, Forum threads locked after a year

    Effective immediately, forum threads will be automatically locked one year after the most recent post. If a thread has been inactive for a year, it's better to start a new thread than to reactivate a moribund thread.

    If you need to reference something in the old thread, you can always link to the original post or thread using the [url]http://www.primegrid.com/something...[/url] tag.



  • 2019-02-23: RakeSearch, Totals of structures from ODLS of Rank 1 - 8

    Dear participants!

    As you remember, in slides about project essentials we wrote about structures of rank 7 and 8 that "being prepared to publication". From 2016 until 2019 this structures were discovered and investigated in collaboration with Gerasim@Home project team and several days ago Eduard Vatutin completed and published this research and publish the List of combinatorial structures from ODLS of rank 1 - 8: (En), (Ru). Enjoy their interesting forms!