CASP puzzles: Why not wiggle high power

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Opened by:Timo van der Laan
Opened on:Friday, May 9, 2014 - 12:41
Last modified:Tuesday, May 13, 2014 - 22:43

The title says it all. Wouldnt solutions be better if we can run high power in the last phase of folding?
Maybe even open it a day before the puzzle closes?

(Fri, 05/09/2014 - 12:41  |  4 comments)

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Maybe it's because if you submit a HWP puzzle to scientists, they wouldn't be able to improve the solution since HWP turns the solution to cement. Then your puzzle might not be as useful to them in real life, and therefore you wouldn't get as many global points for the puzzle.

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Whether the solutions would be "better" or not... HPW is still a bit of fun - which is still lacking in the game!

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Fun? I didn't think fun was allowed during CASP ;-)

I posted a new blog addressing this feedback:

Please feel free to post any questions about it here or in the blogpost comments.

@spmm Indeed the RosettaServer models should already be idealized

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The CASP puzzles seem to be coming to us pre-idealised as well.


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