Recent theoretical work by Peter Gacs of Boston University and computations by John Tromp of the National Research Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science in Amsterdam have provided clues that may yet point to a solution, he adds.
What does IMCS stand for?
IMCS stands for Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science (various locations)
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We have 73 other meanings of IMCS in our Acronym Attic
- Interim Marine and Coastal Regionalisation for Australia
- Innovative Manufacturing and Construction Research Centre (UK)
- Institute for Mechanized Construction and Rock Mining
- Integrated Motorized Card Reader Writer (automated teller machine technology)
- Image Motion Compensation System
- Incident Management Control System (various companies)
- Independent Marine Consultants and Surveyors
- Indexed Mast Check System (Index system for windsurfing masts)
- Information Management & Computer Security
- Institute for Marine & Coastal Studies
- Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences (Rutgers, State University of New Jersey)
- Instrument Maintenance Calibration System (software)
- Integrated Machinery Control System
- Integrated Maritime Communications System
- Interim Mobile Environmental Team Computer System
- International Media and Communication Studies
- International Meeting on Chemical Sensors
- International Mornington Crescent Society
- International Movement of Catholic Students
- Senior Chief Instrumentman (US Navy rating)
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In 1993 he created the Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science (IMACS), a teaching and research institute based in Plantation, FL, which teaches more than a thousand mathematically-talented students in Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade.
Such computations prove the truth of the Goldbach conjecture for a finite set of even numbers," says Herman te Riele of the National Research Institute for Mathematics and Computer Science in Amsterdam.