There is a new project up called Van Der Waerden Numbers, here is a little description:

And there is a UK BOINC Team set up on there, with 2 members.The sequence of colors BRRBBRRB (where B is blue and R is red) does not have an evenly spaced subsequence of length 3 that are the same color. However, if you add a B to the end, you get BRRBBRRBB, which has the same color B in positions 1,5, and 9 which are evenly spaced 4 apart. If you add an R to the end, you get BRRBBRRBR, which has R at position 3, 6, and 9. In fact, with only two colors, there is no sequence of length 9 of Bs and Rs that does not have a subsequence of 3 evenly spaced of the same color. Van der Waerden's Theorem states that for any number of colors r and length k, a long enough sequence always has an evenly spaced subsequence of the same color. The smallest length guaranteed to have an evenly spaced subsequence is called the Van Der Waerden Number and is written W(k,r). For example, W(3,2)=9. This project is to find better lower bounds for Van Der Waerden Numbers by finding sequences like BRRBBRRB.

Here is how the program works. Take a prime number n (shown in parentheses on the table) and a primitive root of that number. For example, let n equal 11. See that W(4,2)-length 4, 2 colors has 11 in parentheses. Let's use the primitive root 2. 2 is a primitive root of 11 because its powers up to 2^10 [2,4,8,16,32,64,128,256,512,1024] modulo 11 (the remainder when dividing by 11) are all distinct and equal [2,4,8,5,10,9,7,3,6,1] which we color red, blue, red, blue. Now all we have to do is reorder this is sequence, getting us [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10]. It is proven that we can add the color 11, which should be blue. It is also proven that we can concatenate 3 more copies of this 11-term sequence while avoiding 4 evenly spaced of the same color. It is also proven we can add a 34th term, so we will. We have just found that W(4,2)-subsequence length 4, 2 colors equals 35. Note it does not equal 34 because this table shows the minimum length that guarantees an evenly spaced sequence of the same color, not the maximum length that can be reached without an evenly spaced sequence of the same color.

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