Puzzle 107: a curious dilema
|Opened on:||Tuesday, December 30, 2008 - 18:50|
|Last modified:||Sunday, February 15, 2009 - 00:27|
In puzzle #107, the top solution presented by group AHAP was approximately 1 point above the solo top score (although had I not experienced a problem with the server which forced me to continually log in and out to update my score for the last several hours of competition that value would have either dropped to a few tenths of a difference or a higher value than the top group entry)
In any case, the submission presented by the group and that which I submitted solo differ little in score, yet they are substantially different in content.
I am hoping that the researchers can and will comment on the significant disparity in protein models in light of the nearly identical scores for that puzzle. In fact, the difference in the final tabulated scores is 0.01%, ie, virtual statistical insignificance, and the model is stable to within a few thousandths of a percent (pulls followed by a wiggle result in return to best score to within first or second decimal accuracy)