Algorithm discovery by protein folding game players.

@article{Khatib2011AlgorithmDB,
  title={Algorithm discovery by protein folding game players.},
  author={Firas Khatib and Seth Cooper and Michael D. Tyka and Kefan Xu and Ilya Makedon and Zoran Popovic and David Baker and Foldit players},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2011},
  volume={108 47},
  pages={18949-53}
}
Foldit is a multiplayer online game in which players collaborate and compete to create accurate protein structure models. For specific hard problems, Foldit player solutions can in some cases outperform state-of-the-art computational methods. However, very little is known about how collaborative gameplay produces these results and whether Foldit player strategies can be formalized and structured so that they can be used by computers. To determine whether high performing player strategies could… CONTINUE READING
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