Muon1 Best Designs – SolenoidsOnly

Originally Posted at the unOfficial Muon1 Blog In the first part of our ongoing look at the best designs from each lattice, we start with SolenoidsOnly. This, the first lattice of the 4.3 branch of clients started by simulating only a decay channel, a step back from the v4.2x clients. And started in March 2003. […]
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New Muon1 Lattices

And now, 2 new lattices for the Muon1 Distributed Computing project. As noted over at the Muon1 Blog, the new lattices replaces two that have plateaued over the last week, giving tweaks to hopefully bring things along andbreak out of any local maximums. The lattice are Linac900Ext6Xc2 has now been replaced with Linac900Ext6X, which halves the RF […]
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Muon1 hits 25 Million-Billion Particle Timesteps

The Muon1 project hit another milestone recently. Last year I posted about it hitting 20 quadrillion (or Million-billion) particle timesteps, well less than 11 months later, it had added another 5 Quadrillion to that number. a 20% increase in work in less than a year! It’s quite an incredible achievement. While it took 10 years […]
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More Muon1 Information

I guess this will also become the semi-official Muon1 blog, at least for now. There are some common questions that are asked about Muon1, including ‘what is it about‘, ‘why should I bother?‘, ‘what’s so special about it?‘ and ‘what does it do?‘ So let’s answer them, shall we? What’s it about? It’s about finding […]
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Muon1 v4.45 Released

At long last, Muon1 has a client update. Version 4.45 went live 2 weeks ago, and carries some significant upgrades. Along with a better, more stable graphical mode, it’s accuracy has also been significantly improved. Muon1 is an odd project in many ways. Run entirely by one man over the last 10 years, (first in […]
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Muon1’s Facebook page

I’ve only mentioned Muon1 in passing before, when it reached it’s 20 Quadrillion particle-timestep milestone last year. however, I’m a strong supporter of Muon1, as I believe it’s a massive step forward in distributing computing. Now you too can show your support by joining its facebook page. On the page, there are weekly (or as near to […]
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