|Posted: September 1, 2005, 2:51 am - IP Logged|
A few years ago IBM came out with a super- computer designed to study nuclear explosions. It does a trillion calculations a second. It costs a 110 million dollars.
The problem isn't whether a super-computer can or cannot spit out the winning cash-3 number. The problem is that there is not enough history in any given state, to do it justice.
Having only 15 or so years to look back, in my opinion is not sufficient.
That is what I've been working on with a computer programmer at work. When completed, this program will be able to look back at a 10 million or more randomly chosen pick-3 database, rooted with only one seed. The seed will always remain the same. Once the list is printed out, I can then look at this list and search for patterns.