[RC5] Protein folding. A new project???

Scott Campbell pondafarr at microgear.net
Mon Jan 22 22:16:26 EST 2001


Wouldn't the data packets for that be very large? how would the protien data
be "cut up" for ditributed use?

Scott
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  Henry Kissinger 1977
----- Original Message -----
From: "dan the person" <motion at es.co.nz>
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Sent: Sunday, January 21, 2001 11:01 PM
Subject: Re: [RC5] Protein folding. A new project???


> They're not doing it from scratch, they're using the cosm toolkit.  That
toolkit is the work of one of the d.net founders, Adam L. Beberg, and was
planned to be the core of the v3 client code base before he parted ways.
>
> Sanford Olson wrote:
>
> > This group at Stanford seems to be building a distributed computer
network
> > from scratch.  Also, their client software is somewhat buggy.  Perhaps
> > Distributed.Net should help them out??  Seems like a very worthwhile
project.
>
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