Subprojects statistics available in XML files
Subproject statistics are available in XML files (extension *.txt).
The path to the files:
Shor SP: http://atom.oproject.info/stats_subprojects/users_shor-sp.txt
Shor DP: http://atom.oproject.info/stats_subprojects/users_shor-dp.txt
Weird Odd: http://atom.oproject.info/stats_subprojects/users_weird.txt
The files are updated once a day (at night).
12 Oct 2013 | 12:02:58 UTC
BOINC Stock Exchange - discussion
I would like to raise in public the possibility of opening the BOINC Stock Exchange. Because of the desire to launch a public debate on the subject I decided to create a thread on this and several other forums of BOINC teams. BOINC Stock Exchange would act in the same way as regular exchange with one difference that there would be a rotation of BOINC credits instead of money. In that case everyone could sell or buy credits of a chosen project for price set by the rights of the exchange rate.
This topic is quite controversial but I’m counting on a productive exchange of views.
I’d like to ask you also to take part in the survey. You can cast your vote supporting the idea of BOINC Stock Exchange or against it. The survey can be found at the bottom of the page http://atom.oproject.info/bse/index.php#pull.
The concept of BOINC Stock Exchange is a very wide subject and it’s impossible to put it in only one post. However, I hope that the sixteen following questions and answers will bring you closer the idea. These points contain many concepts (sometimes mutually exclusive). You shouldn’t understand them as a one and only coherent vision of the BOINC Stock Exchange – these are rather different examples of problems and possible attempts of resolving them.
8 Sep 2013 | 14:29:00 UTC
The sub-project Shor's Algorithm is slowly going to an end
The sub-project Shor's Algorithm is slowly going to an end. Tasks will be still available for some time, so it will be possible to download them, calculate and return for the validation.
Many users have complained about the lack of apps for Windows. Therefore, at the end we decided to add an Shor's Algorithm application for Windows. The application is not yet available for this platform (because of some technical problems), but this should change soon.
Thank you all for your help in the calculation. Also, thanks to your support we were able to create a paper: "Simulation of a functional quantum system on parallel, classical IV generation computers" (English title).
15 Jul 2013 | 17:57:45 UTC
Bachelor of Science thesis
It was published my Bachelor of Science thesis: "Symulacja funkcjonalnego systemu kwantowego na równoległych komputerach klasycznych IV generacji".
English title: "Simulation of a functional quantum system on parallel, classical IV generation computers".
The thesis can be downloaded from the CEON repository - URL:
Thesis available only in Polish.
22 Jun 2013 | 10:52:01 UTC
Shark Engine competition - the best AI algorithm
Announces a competition for the best application used to predict the temperature of the sea surface based on historical data. The program should use artificial intelligence methods. It is recommended that the use of artificial neural networks. External free libraries for artificial neural networks, such as FANN (Fast Artificial Neural Network Library).
This program should be written in ANSI C / C++ (preferred ANSI C). It should only use standard libraries of these languages. This enables a simple compilation of the program on a variety of platforms (e.g. Windows, Linux, Solaris, OS X). Programs should be compiled using the gcc or g++ compiler (package GNU GCC).
Input data are from NOAA and NASA sources. Example input data are attached in input.bin  file. In the file are only floating-point numbers, determining particular Earth point temperature from 1st January 1983 to 31st December 1995. One variable determines average temperature in one day.
More info: PDF or topic on the project forum.
10 Mar 2013 | 12:11:40 UTC
100 000 000 points in total credit
The project has exceeded 100 000 000 in total credit.
Congratulations and thank you all for your patience.
2 Mar 2013 | 15:57:24 UTC
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