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Son Goku 3SSJ
 
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2004-08-13 10:22:53

Can somebody explain what is the meaning of the "null gaussian chisquare"? And when is one gaussian returned?
One more thing: in the SETI@Home Classic we could rarely see a gaussian with score above 1.000. And now in the SETI@Home/BOINC we see gaussians with score high above 1.000 - for example 7.853. Is this score real??? And can I recalculate this score to the SETI@Home Classic gaussian score?
If anyone nows, please answer soon. I need this info because I'm curremtly developing a SETI@Home/BOINC client watcher (something between SETISpy and SETIMonitor). <!--emo&-->
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2004-08-18 16:45:19

Can somebody explain what is the meaning of the "null gaussian chisquare"? And when is one gaussian returned?
One more thing: in the SETI@Home Classic we could rarely see a gaussian with score above 1.000. And now in the SETI@Home/BOINC we see gaussians with score high above 1.000 - for example 7.853. Is this score real??? And can I recalculate this score to the SETI@Home Classic gaussian score?
If anyone nows, please answer soon. I need this info because I'm curremtly developing a SETI@Home/BOINC client watcher (something between SETISpy and SETIMonitor).


S@H Classic discarded all gaussians with a score above 1.0. Because of the validation, I am guessing that S@H BOINC does not do this.
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2004-09-10 14:22:28

Keep us posted Son Goku 3SSJ.

I know a whole team that would be VERY interested in such an app.
Son Goku 3SSJ
 
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2004-10-03 18:11:46

My program is now available for download <!--emo&--> Go to the "SETI@BOINCWatch" topic to view the details
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