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Game Show Physics show 89% limit
(Message 1258)
Posted 5 Mar 2020 by Rudy Toody Post: Computer scientists established a new boundary on computationally verifiable knowledge. In doing so, they solved major open problems in quantum mechanics and pure mathematics. https://www.quantamagazine.org/landmark-computer-science-proof-cascades-through-physics-and-math-20200304/ I noticed that 89% is the limit on the 10x10 squares. The linked article may provide insight to get 100% |

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Question about 10 X 10 squares
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Posted 24 Jul 2019 by Rudy Toody Post: I found this paper: https://www.whitman.edu/Documents/Academics/Mathematics/2016/Horner.pdf pp 21-22, that may help. |

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Question about 10 X 10 squares
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Posted 21 Jul 2019 by Rudy Toody Post: You show it in message 1118, second panel. It looks to be asymmetric, which might be the problem with 2n X 2n squares when n is odd. Maybe you could move to 11 X 11, if the search space is reasonable. And do 10 X 10 as Beta. |

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Question about 10 X 10 squares
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Posted 20 Jul 2019 by Rudy Toody Post: 2n X 2n Latin squares are problematic when n is odd, i.e., 6 X 6 does not exist, 10 X 10 was big news when it was found to contain a 3 X 3 --- it made the cover of Scientific American. Unfortunately, I don't have the knowledge to contribute more. Good luck. |

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Question about 10 X 10 squares
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Posted 18 Jul 2019 by Rudy Toody Post: Since every 10 X 10 Latin square has an embedded 3 X 3 Latin square, could we seed three rows, three columns, and their intersections as the 3 X 3 Latin square? Could your algorithm be modified to start with this additional information? |

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New run for RakeSearch R10
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Posted 18 Jul 2019 by Rudy Toody Post: Since every 10 X 10 Latin square has an embedded 3 X 3 Latin square, could we seed three rows, three columns, and their intersections as the 3 X 3 Latin square? Could your algorithm be modified to start with this additional information? |

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Posted 30 Mar 2019 by Rudy Toody Post: I have found this result: https://rake.boincfast.ru/rakesearch/files/odls/R9_013835105_result.txt and am curious how it would graph. Is a result with 7 pairs in 3 squares more interesting than 7 pairs in 7 squares? |

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