I read on the Wiki that a Yottaflops supercomputer can handle about 1 trillion trillion calculations per second. That's 1 billion times faster than a Petaflops supercomputer (!). After my calculation to build a Yottaflops supercomputer we need to $ 30 $ Trillion dollars (!!!). My question is what a Yottaflops supercomputer can do compared to the currently fastest supercomputers. , Can we perform the (probabilistic) primality test MUCH faster?
I want to know the real limit of our computing power that we have now
What is the limit of the cities that I can achieve with optimal sol.
I believe that the first computer is 10 ^ 19 process in the second
can I calculate the time that it will take by looking at compounds of the directed graph?
and say the time by this force 10 ^ 19
how can I edit real graphic of the problem and delete cities from it
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