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 Post subject: Re: yoyo@home Project
PostPosted: Wed Jun 09, 2010 1:17 am 
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07 Jun 2010:

The project is complete!
There are 181 solutions to (6,2,5) below 117649 ! We discovered 32 new solutions during this computation, and double-checked all the existing solutions. The only sad news is that we didn't find a solution to (6,2,4). Let's hope that the next project will discover one.

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 Post subject: Re: yoyo@home Project
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11 Jun 2010:

A new Euler application is now on test for Linx32 and Linux64 systems. To get the app you must enable test applications. Workunits are sometimes created for testing. The new Euler application searches now up to 250.000. There are 510.000 workunits in total. But first we need testers.

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18 Jun 2010:

All cruncher/ogr apps are now updated to the latest stable distributed.net clients. There are bug fixes and new assembler cores available now for 32- and 64 bit systems which should improve speed on selected prozessors up to 30%. Now also a win64 app is avaiable. For a complete list of all changes check the forum.

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The Euler625 application is now also available for Intel32-, Intel64- and PPC Mac systems. Much thanks to Michael.

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Euler625 solutions - The Euler application found already some new primitive solutions. The forum is frequently update with information which solution was found by whom.

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All cruncher/ogr apps are now updated to the latest stable distributed.net clients. There are bug fixes and new assembler cores available for 32- and 64 bit systems which should improve speed on selected prozessors. For a complete list of all changes check the forum.

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The Muon1 Distributed Particle Accelerator Design Project proudly announces that today, at 08:07GMT, it reached the 20 quadrillion (20,000,000,000,000,000) particle time-steps (pts) milestone. This is the amount of work needed to simulate a particle for 55 hours, 33 minutes and 20 seconds, which at an average of 90% of the speed of light (0.9c) would cover a distance of 360 Astronomical Units - ten times the average distance between Pluto and the Sun, and three times further than the most distance man-made object (Voyager 1) has traveled. (press release) The Boinc community provided in total 12.4% of the power of the whole Muon1 project. For the most recent running lattices the Boinc part is between 30 and 40%. At the end of this article is a good overview about the planned neutrino factory.

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 Post subject: Re: yoyo@home Project
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I will be in London attending the BoincWorkshop and Citizen Cyberscience Summit. If anybody is interested to go for a beer in the evening drop me a message. I will be in London from 30. August - 5 September. (yoyo)

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