# Posts by Category

## Natural Logarithm of 10 (Log(10))

How I set the world record for the Natural Logarithm of 10 (Log(10)).

## Natural Logarithm of 2 (Log(2))

How I set the world record for the Natural Logarithm of 2 (Log(2)).

## Breaking the Pi World Record?

Here I make a qualitative cost/time estimate on the feasibility and what is required for computing the next world record for Pi and the necessary other steps...

## Apéry’s Constant

How I set the world record for Apéry’s Constant.

## Algorithms and Significance of Major Mathematical Constants: Part 2

This is the second post of a series in overviewing major mathematical constants that are computed to set a world record, their difficulties, and mathematical...

## Optimizing y-cruncher to Actually Set World Records

Now we get real. We overview the technical aspects of y-cruncher and what should be optimized and configured for the fastest throughput possible in a system ...

## Algorithms and Significance of Major Mathematical Constants: Part 1

I overview major mathematical constants that are computed to set a world record, their difficulties, and mathematical significance.

## Euler-Mascheroni Constant

How I went on to break the world record of perhaps the hardest and the third most important mathematical constant.

## Catalan’s Constant

How I set the world record for Catalan’s Constant.

## Lemniscate Constant

How I set my first world record constant.

## ISC High Performance 2020 Digital

ISC High Performance 2020 Digital has been held virtually online because of COVID-19 from May 22nd to May 25th.

## An Interesting Programming Problem on Float Type Errors

Join in an interesting programming problem related to float precision with my friend.

## Calculation Results for e up to 100,000,000,000 Digits

I have calculated 100,000,000,000 digits of e, the base of the natural logarithm, both in decimal and hexadecimal digits.

## Calculation Results for the Golden Ratio up to 5,000,000,000 Digits

I have calculated 5,000,000,000 digits of the Golden Ratio, both in decimal and hexadecimal digits.

## Calculation Results for Pi up to 50,000,000,000 Digits

I have calculated 50,000,000,000 digits of Pi (π), both in decimal and hexadecimal digits.