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  • Chameleon
  • 21:22 11.10.2016
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Is there a use for an algorithm that solves odd magic squares in super speed without math computations, regardless of their size? Where should such an algorithm be posted/submitted to get the right credit and be useful?


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25 Answers

  • Feconiz
  • 22:12 26.10.2016

I dont believe such an algorithm would be really used, but if regarding the where it should be submitted, i would say sites like codereview.stackexchange.com would be the fittest,because it cannot only help others and but is easy to get reviewd and upgraded, made better.


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  • Chameleon: Thank you for your answer but Code Review is about improving existing, working code. My algorithm can be coded in any programming language to produce unlimited magic squares and being an algorithm, cannot be submitted there.
  • Feconiz: yeah but you could maybe write it in a language and ask people to translate it to other languages.....i dont know.....i think its your best bet.......
  • Chameleon: Thank you but you probably didn't get the question, I am no asking to check my code or any code for that matter.
  • v1veks1nha
  • 11:11 30.10.2016

The most popular and most well-known method for creating odd magic squares was first published by Simon de la Loubère (1642-1729)
Attaching here the link- http://www.1728.org/magicsq1.htm
It might get you the way to find the solution


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  • Chameleon: Thank you for your reply. While very interessting, I have found it before together with many similar pages with info in the algo. My problem is WHERE to submit such an algo officialy, which is the responsible organization/institution for it?
  • NeoGamerPro
  • 17:29 18.11.2016

I dont believe such an algorithm would be really used, but if regarding the where it should be submitted, i would say sites like codereview.stackexchange.com would be the fittest,because it cannot only help others and but is easy to get reviewd and upgraded, made better.

  • Nastia Rikol Dagadina
  • 19:09 11.02.2017

this is what do you need exactly this 2 link : https://rosettacode.org/wiki/Magic_squares_of_odd_order http://web.stonehill.edu/compsci/CS103/Assignments/assignment10.htm

  • waltluv3
  • 07:32 12.02.2017

Post to.www.wikihow.com

  • jianson
  • 19:47 28.02.2017

how are it's

  • Luigi Palmar
  • 15:30 02.03.2017

Hi, I don't know if you already published it but what I can recommend you is to send an email to: [email protected] That ia the email to contact a math organization. You can see it in here: http://www.maa.org

  • torpedo
  • 07:35 03.03.2017

get a life man go get yourself a girlfriend and you will not have the time for these stupid questions

  • DAGBTX
  • 17:03 03.03.2017

Hi, this is actually an IP law question (consulting).

You should re-ask the same question but raising the prize (tip), for someone like me (IP lawyer) to seriously answer and assess you to achieve the goal you've proposed, if possible. Something between 0.05 and 0.1 BTC would be appropriate.

Remember that novelty is a key factor, so if this algorithm really doesn't exist, then you'll probably be successful at registering it.

The first thing you should do is: stop publicizing about it.

Best regards.

  • lucas
  • 09:39 13.03.2017

www.testonline.com.br/qmag.

  • DankMemus
  • 18:53 14.04.2017

Please contact the administrators of Wolfram Alpha: www.wolframalpha.com

They would very much appreciate your work, and you may even get due credit with your own pre-built calculator on the site!

  • whicker123
  • 04:26 19.04.2017

http://www.1728.org/magicsq1.htm

  • Ronald Gonzalez
  • 01:56 21.05.2017

I Dont believe

  • Kyle Gillespie
  • 05:13 23.05.2017

NASA? for navigation purposes. autopilots etc? traffic applications?

  • jmmoreno
  • 02:00 23.06.2017

I dont believe such an algorithm would be really used, but if regarding the where it should be submitted, i would say sites like codereview.stackexchange.com would be the fittest,because it cannot only help others and but is easy to get reviewd and upgraded, made better.

  • joeltito
  • 20:00 23.06.2017

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  • bambino
  • 10:51 26.07.2017

not really sure

  • josanchezcruz
  • 03:22 20.09.2017

I dont believe such an algorithm would be really used, but if regarding the where it should be submitted, i would say sites like codereview.stackexchange.com would be the fittest,because it cannot only help others and but is easy to get reviewd and upgraded, made better.

  • JorgeSanchezCruz
  • 03:23 20.09.2017

this is what do you need exactly this 2 link : https://rosettacode.org/wiki/Magic_squares_of_odd_order http://web.stonehill.edu/compsci/CS103/Assignments/assignment10.htm

  • ManLopBlend
  • 06:28 23.09.2017

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  • sgwork
  • 01:29 01.10.2017

You might want to see if anyone is creating a game with magic square puzzles. Having such an algorithm would allow them to procedurally generate such puzzles.

  • justjd
  • 16:28 07.12.2017

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  • mskanth
  • 15:35 13.12.2017

Hi Chameleon,
you need to have right credit of your algorithm, there are couple of steps that you might want to do simultaneously.
1. publish in technical papers on algorithms at IEEE and ACM journals.
2. publish in tech symposiums/conferences.
3. file a patent
4. publish with springer etc..
you have an option of making it open to all or private i.e by subscription.
you would want to file the algorithm both at county level and internationally.
some of the links are given here
MDPI (Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute) is an academic open-access publisher
http://www.mdpi.com/journal/algorithms

https://www.journals.elsevier.com/journal-of-discrete-algorithms/

http://www.dcs.gla.ac.uk/research/algorithms/journals.html

Subscription-based model



Name

Publisher

ACM Journal on Experimental Algorithmics

ACM

ACM Transactions on Algorithms

ACM

ACM Transactions on Economics and Computation

ACM

Acta Informatica

Springer

Algorithmica

Springer

Ars Combinatoria

Charles Babbage Research Center

Australasian Journal of Combinatorics

Combinatorial Mathematics Society of Australasia

Combinatorica

Springer

Congressus Numerantium

Utilitas Mathematica Publishing Company

Discrete Applied Mathematics

Elsevier

Discrete Mathematics

Elsevier

Discrete Mathematics, Algorithms and Applications

World Scientific

Discrete Optimization

Elsevier

Discussiones Mathematicae Graph Theory

University of Zielona Góra

Graphs and Combinatorics

Springer

Information and Computation

Elsevier

Information Processing Letters

Elsevier

International Journal of Foundations of Computer Science

World Scientific

Journal of the ACM

ACM

Journal of Algorithms

Elsevier

Journal of Combinatorial Optimization

Springer

Journal of Combinatorial Theory Series B

Elsevier

Journal of Computer and System Sciences

Elsevier

Journal of Discrete Algorithms

Elsevier

Journal of Graph Theory

Wiley

Mathematical Programming Computation

Springer

Mathematics in Computer Science

Birkhäuser/Springer

Networks

Wiley

SIAM Journal on Computing

SIAM

SIAM Journal on Discrete Mathematics

SIAM

Theoretical Computer Science

Elsevier

Theory of Computing Systems

Springer

Utilitas Mathematica

Utilitas Mathematica Publishing Company



Open access model



Algorithms

MDPI

Chicago Journal of Theoretical Computer Science

University of Chicago

Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science

LORIA

Electronic Journal of Combinatorics

American Mathematical Society

Electronic Notes in Discrete Mathematics

Elsevier

Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science

Elsevier

Journal of AI Research

AI Access Foundation

Journal of Graph Algorithms and Applications

Brown University / World Scientific

LMS Journal of Computation and Mathematics

London Mathematical Society

Theory of Computing

University of Chicago


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