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RichD 2022-01-26 01:36

Base 97 can be added at the next update. I'll start on base 96 next.

garambois 2022-01-26 08:24

Thanks a lot RichD !

And I reserve the base 80 for initialization, please !

kruoli 2022-01-27 13:19

Up to which exponent should 94 be done? I would like to reserve it.

EdH 2022-01-27 14:09

[QUOTE=kruoli;598898]Up to which exponent should 94 be done? I would like to reserve it.[/QUOTE]Base 94 appears to be within the 100 range for exponents.

garambois 2022-01-27 18:20

Karsten Bonath suggested to put the reservations of the bases being initialized in a line on our page.
We put it at the end of the "Navigation" table.
It's not a big strain for me to keep this line updated twice a week.
You can look at this line, it is published on the page.
Is it in the right place according to you ?
@Edwin : This will save you from having to update the post regularly ;-)

I also took the opportunity to change this line in the "Definitions" table, as mentioned in post #1391 :
"Yellow background of sequence: this sequence merges with given one as tooltip. [B]Check the [URL="https://www.rechenkraft.net//aliquot/AllSeq.html"]blue page[/URL] of the main project to see if this sequence is Free for reservation."[/B]

@kruoli : does this acronym suit you for your project contributor name : KRU ?

EdH 2022-01-27 23:10

Your line for reservations looks good, but you'll still have to research which are initialized. I'll try to keep my post updated for a little while longer to see if there might still be other bits you can use and add to yours. Maybe you can add an asterisk showing those ready to be added to the page(s). The Blue Page note is good as well.

Thanks for all.

kruoli 2022-01-28 12:37

[QUOTE=garambois;598918]@kruoli : does this acronym suit you for your project contributor name : KRU ?[/QUOTE]

If abbreviated to three characters, I usually go by OKR, but I am not picky about that. Thanks! :smile:

garambois 2022-01-29 12:09

[QUOTE=EdH;598930]Your line for reservations looks good, but you'll still have to research which are initialized. I'll try to keep my post updated for a little while longer to see if there might still be other bits you can use and add to yours. Maybe you can add an asterisk showing those ready to be added to the page(s). The Blue Page note is good as well.

Thanks for all.[/QUOTE]

OK, thanks for your advice, I'll do all this in the next update in a week.
Yes, I think it's a good idea to keep the initialization bases reservations post still on this forum for a while.
This will allow for possible discussions.


[QUOTE=kruoli;598951]If abbreviated to three characters, I usually go by OKR, but I am not picky about that. Thanks! :smile:[/QUOTE]

OK, OKR seems perfect to me !
All this will be done in the next update.
Thanks a lot !

garambois 2022-01-29 17:00

[QUOTE=EdH;598587]
As far as I can tell, the following bases <100 are uninitialized:[code]76, 78, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 95[/code]As far as I can tell, the following bases <100 have unreserved work (termination of matched parity sequences):[code]98[/code][/QUOTE]

I just realized the following :
- The base 81 can be removed from the list, because 81 = 9^2.
- Base 98 is the double of a square, so all sequences will end, not just the ones where the base and exponent have a parity that matches.

EdH 2022-01-29 19:50

[QUOTE=garambois;599019]I just realized the following :
- The base 81 can be removed from the list, because 81 = 9^2.
- Base 98 is the double of a square, so all sequences will end, not just the ones where the base and exponent have a parity that matches.[/QUOTE]Good catches! I didn't even think about 81, but I had known about 98 (since I'm the one who did the rest), but purely forgot. Since I did the rest, I'll work on the remaining part of 98 after I finish with the top portion of 968.

Thanks for keeping me focused. My memory is just not running as well s I'd like. . .

garambois 2022-01-29 21:37

[QUOTE=EdH;599025]My memory is just not running as well s I'd like. . .[/QUOTE]

Ooooooh yes, I have exactly the same problem !!!
Many thanks for all !


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