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for 'making it BOINC', a text-based client with an input- and an output-file would be the best thing to start with. From your description I assume the program has a GUI at the moment. What programming language is it written in? In order to be able to use your software with BOINC, you also need a program that can generate workunits, one that validates them and one that assimilates them into whatever format you desire your results to be in (e.g. a database).
I'm not a math expert either, but I understand the 'problem'. What I would like to know: is there a real-world application for this problem?
Best wishes for your project from Metz, FR
Ayhan Basak, MPLS Multicasting Using Caterpillars and a Graceful Labelling Scheme, Eighth International Conference on Information Visualisation (IV?04), pp.382-387, 2004
This seems to be very similar to a "Golomb Ruler" (a.k.a dnet's OGR ) but in a 2 dimensional arrangement and using sequential numbering instead of unique numbering.
would that be reasonably accurate description?
are you able to guess an estimate to the expected runtime for the entire next phase which would be n=36 yes?
ie based on your reference "Intel Core 2 Duo" machine.. how may days/months/years for a single machine? (so we can exprapolate based on estimate participation)
generally it sounds like a reasonable project.
jjwhalen wrote:I would be willing to crunch this as a Yoyo subproject subject to two conditions:
Checkpointing in accordance with the interval set for the BOINC client, and
Credit award on a rational scale consistent with other subprojects.
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