ABC@Home is an educational and non-profit network computing project finding abc-triples related to the abc conjecture in number theory.
Using the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing (BOINC) distributed computing platform. As of March 2011 , there are more than 7,300 active participants from 114 countries with a total BOINC credit of more than 2.9 billion, reporting about 10 teraflops (10 trillion operations per second) of processing power.
As of 30 April 2014
the Data Collected page for the project lists 23.8 million triples which have been found.
The minimum system requirements necessary to contribute to the project As of 30 April 2014
are as follows
- Minimum of 256MB RAM free
- 2MB of free disk space
- Windows, Linux, Mac OS X (recommended with a 64-bit CPU)