## Breaking the Pi World Record?

Here I make a qualitative cost/time estimate on the feasibility and what is required for computing the next world record for Pi and the necessary other steps...

Here I make a qualitative cost/time estimate on the feasibility and what is required for computing the next world record for Pi and the necessary other steps...

How I set the world record for Apéry’s Constant.

ISC High Performance 2020 Digital has been held virtually online because of COVID-19 from May 22nd to May 25th.

So many PC benchmarking and overclocking stress testing tools in the internet. Do you actually know what the most intensive programs are doing? Let’s go on t...

Reasons why Modern Javascript will be (and already is) one of the most important languages in computing and why it is becoming the language of the future.

Part 2 is about cloud computing and how it can be used with parallel computing such as supercomputers. Continuation also for people who need to understand te...

Supercomputers are often referenced in science fiction to be a mysterical figure that only the foremost engineers can control. Perceptions of real-life super...

This is the second post of a series in overviewing major mathematical constants that are computed to set a world record, their difficulties, and mathematical...

Now we get real. We overview the technical aspects of y-cruncher and what should be optimized and configured for the fastest throughput possible in a system ...

I overview major mathematical constants that are computed to set a world record, their difficulties, and mathematical significance.

How I went on to break the world record of perhaps the hardest and the third most important mathematical constant.

How I set the world record for Catalan’s Constant.

How I set my first world record constant.

Join in for the second series of restoring Linkin Park’s music using Tensorflow Magenta.

Linkin Park fans cannot forget their music. Sadly, we cannot hear it again, because of the death of the late Chester Bennington. I have tried to generate mus...

Join in an interesting programming problem related to float precision with my friend.

I have calculated 100,000,000,000 digits of e, the base of the natural logarithm, both in decimal and hexadecimal digits.

I have calculated 5,000,000,000 digits of the Golden Ratio, both in decimal and hexadecimal digits.

I have calculated 50,000,000,000 digits of Pi (π), both in decimal and hexadecimal digits.