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EdH 2022-03-29 02:19

I'm going to list any new sequences I add to keep the thread fresh and allow for anyone checking new posts to catch them.

Newly added sequences:[code]12^146: 139/134
28^96: 139/108
48^86: 74/60 The db elves might finish this one while we're not looking.
76^74: 139/129
95^71: 139/118[/code]We're getting quite a collection. VBCurtis is going to be busy when he starts trying to run these down. If we collect too many, maybe yoyo will jump in again.

VBCurtis 2022-03-29 06:59

The c176 I'm running locally will finish sieving overnight tomorrow night, with LA expected to take ~6 days (I'm letting CADO do it for a full timing run at that size). So I'm a week away from starting on these. I'll be doing the biggest ones first, as I want more CADO timing data on 135-145 digit numbers.

EdH 2022-03-29 13:08

[QUOTE=VBCurtis;602783]The c176 I'm running locally will finish sieving overnight tomorrow night, with LA expected to take ~6 days (I'm letting CADO do it for a full timing run at that size). So I'm a week away from starting on these. I'll be doing the biggest ones first, as I want more CADO timing data on 135-145 digit numbers.[/QUOTE]That's good that you'll be working with the larger ones. I had wondewred if 140 wasn't a good break point. I chose it at first because that was yoyo's threshold. I'm still hoping some more newcomers will notice the smaller ones.

If you'd like a listing of matched parity for some in the 14x region (or other), let me know. I can easily generate that now. In fact, I'm using such a list right now to move some of the sequences from c141 down.

I'm also working some sequences that are likely to take huge drops for the next term. That's where 48^86: 74/60 came from. It dropped from a c141 term. I notice it's prime now. I expect the elves ran it. Maybe someone helped.

unconnected 2022-03-30 01:11

76^58 and 78^58 done
Taking
[CODE]33^97: 139/138
33^99: 138/131
37^99: 137/136
[/CODE]

EdH 2022-03-30 03:11

Added the following:[code]7^181: 139/129
39^91: 106/95
59^83: 93/93
59^91: 104/98
74^86: 117/108[/code]

Luminescence 2022-03-30 17:56

Grabbing these:

[CODE]6^192: 119/110
7^171: 139/130
[STRIKE]7^177: 91/88[/STRIKE]
7^181: 139/129
7^185: 125/124[/CODE]

Edit: 7^177 was already terminated

EdH 2022-03-31 03:21

Added the following:[code]10^148: 139/132
11^145: 139/121
12^134: 138/137
12^142: 136/117
28^98: 138/138[/code]

kar_bon 2022-03-31 14:57

78^62 and 78^64 terminated.

richs 2022-03-31 22:05

Terminated:

5^225: 94/89 done
5^231: 138/129 done
5^239: 139/136 done
7^177: 91/88 done (sorry, Ed, this one was so quick that I didn't have time to reserve it)

Taking:

59^83: 93/93 (already terminated by someone else)
59^91: 104/98
39^91: 106/95
76^58: 110/104
78^58: 111/94
39^93: 111/103

richs 2022-04-01 01:44

Terminated:

59^83: 93/93 (already terminated by someone else)
59^91: 104/98 done
39^91: 106/95 done
76^58: 110/104 (already terminated by someone else)
78^58: 111/94 (already terminated by someone else)
39^93: 111/103 done

Taking:

78^60: 114/103
74^86: 117/108
76^62: 117/116
76^64: 120/115
28^86: 123/111
17^123: 123/121
76^66: 123/122

EdH 2022-04-01 02:39

Great work, everyone! I'm afraid I might be missing some timely updates. Others who can, please feel free to edit the first post.

I'll look for some highlights tomorrow. For now, here are some additions:[code]51^83: 139/133
78^74: 139/124
90^72: 139/129
99^71: 139/138
101^77: 139/134[/code]


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