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Message 3376 - Posted: 9 Oct 2004, 6:00:50 UTC

Ok.. we recently crunched some sixtrack, and some tune workunits.. now I'm crunching some 'profour'.

Is there a summary page where the Sixtrack (as an example) results were compiled into a big graph and some cyclotron setting obtained from it?


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Message 3387 - Posted: 9 Oct 2004, 9:16:20 UTC

good Idea Alex.i also interested to see this if is possible to make this with a stats programm
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Message 3388 - Posted: 9 Oct 2004, 9:22:15 UTC - in response to Message 3387.  

I was thinking maybe a graph or two
Sure.. LHC isn't climateprediction.. but it'd be cool to see how the stability varies depending on the inputs.
http://climateprediction.net/science/thirdresults.php



> good Idea Alex.i also interested to see this if is possible to make this with
> a stats programm
> http://www.fs.fed.us/gpnf/volcanocams/msh/images/mshvolcanocam.jpg
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Message 3389 - Posted: 9 Oct 2004, 9:22:57 UTC

Yeah, it would be nice to know *what* kind of data already has been processed and some statistical results, maybe as percents of the total number of data.
Would that be a big effort? I have no clue about it *g* ;)
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Message 3415 - Posted: 9 Oct 2004, 17:07:33 UTC

Our physicists have been very busy in generating work and trying to fix anomalities detected (such as different results for same work unit), but they too would be happy to analyze what have been calculated. When they have time to analyze the mountain of results calculated so far and produce some kind of public end results, those results will probably be presented here as well. But I don't know when that's going to happen.


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Message 3746 - Posted: 13 Oct 2004, 16:49:16 UTC

Different results for same wu's? now that is interesting, especially to me with some interest in this field, especially sub atomic levels.

I wouldn't mind being able to browse over the results to see what i could find, but i guess it will be awhile before we can ;)
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Message 3775 - Posted: 14 Oct 2004, 2:21:02 UTC - in response to Message 3746.  
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> Different results for same wu's?

Lets coin the term 'Distributed Quantum Computing'
Sometimes a bit is 1.. sometimes it's 0.

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Message 3845 - Posted: 15 Oct 2004, 15:42:27 UTC - in response to Message 3775.  

> > Different results for same wu's?
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> Lets coin the term 'Distributed Quantum Computing'
> Sometimes a bit is 1.. sometimes it's 0.
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And dont forget the best bit!

I can be both! while being nither! WOOO its logic and you know it =)
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Message 3854 - Posted: 15 Oct 2004, 21:53:09 UTC - in response to Message 3845.  

> > > Different results for same wu's?
> >
> > Lets coin the term 'Distributed Quantum Computing'
> > Sometimes a bit is 1.. sometimes it's 0.
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> And dont forget the best bit!
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> I can be both! while being nither! WOOO its logic and you know it =)
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>
Does it has something to do with dead cats? ;-)
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Message 3914 - Posted: 16 Oct 2004, 19:50:35 UTC - in response to Message 3845.  

> > > Different results for same wu's?
> >
> > Lets coin the term 'Distributed Quantum Computing'
> > Sometimes a bit is 1.. sometimes it's 0.
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> And dont forget the best bit!
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> I can be both! while being nither! WOOO its logic and you know it =)
>
Nope! The best bit is the one that comes in a sixpack and it has to be stored in your fridge, because it won't fit in your computer's ram for sure... ;D

I think I gonna grab one of these "best bits" now :)
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