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 Forum: Factoring 2018-02-10, 12:56 Replies: 531 Views: 128,172 Posted By lorgix This was moderately surprising; GMP-ECM... This was moderately surprising; GMP-ECM 7.0.4-dev [configured with GMP 6.1.1, --enable-asm-redc] [ECM] Input number is (3761^197-1)/((3761-1)) (701 digits) Using B1=4561, B2=5900000, polynomial...
 Forum: Factoring 2018-02-04, 12:30 Replies: 1,028 Views: 154,169 Posted By lorgix t2100 31^257-1 is divisible by p50. p50 = 35890392908870171521864015727558211438952448644537
 Forum: Factoring 2018-01-02, 11:53 Replies: 1,028 Views: 154,169 Posted By lorgix 307^293-1 is factored Some results from t2100: 307^293-1 c707 = p35*p672 613^157-1 c422 = p33*c389 313^277-1 c671 = p35*c637 61^431-1 c720 p31*c690 109^389-1 c775 = p38*c737 5231^229-1 c826 = p26*c798 5231^227-1...
 Forum: Msieve 2017-11-27, 09:41 Replies: 202 Views: 65,579 Posted By lorgix 337^107-1 (c169) # norm 2.533366e-016 alpha... 337^107-1 (c169) # norm 2.533366e-016 alpha -7.481840 e 4.446e-013 rroots 3 skew: 11205760.32 c0: -81690765888701212192779918819233510331056 c1: 30263975410997972781178589601887820 c2:...
 Forum: Factoring 2017-11-23, 20:02 Replies: 1,028 Views: 154,169 Posted By lorgix (53617^37-1)/53616 = p37*p135 ... (53617^37-1)/53616 = p37*p135 (42013^43-1)/42012 = p38*c157
 Forum: Msieve 2017-11-21, 06:58 Replies: 2,336 Views: 248,675 Posted By lorgix Wow! In light of Curtis's record - I give up. ... Wow! In light of Curtis's record - I give up. n:...
 Forum: Msieve 2017-11-20, 10:52 Replies: 2,336 Views: 248,675 Posted By lorgix I have only found 1.494e-013, 1.492 and so on.... I have only found 1.494e-013, 1.492 and so on. Eight at or above 1.464. Curtis For smaller jobs I have found that I can reduce stg1norm by a factor of three or more. I think I get the most -nps...
 Forum: Msieve 2017-11-19, 11:02 Replies: 2,336 Views: 248,675 Posted By lorgix My search is continuing. I'm working from A5=2e6.... My search is continuing. I'm working from A5=2e6. Apparently a job this size has 30 slices, so overlapping ranges wouldn't be much of a problem. Curtis, what settings are you using for a C175?
 Forum: Msieve 2017-11-18, 23:00 Replies: 2,336 Views: 248,675 Posted By lorgix Some early hits. I tried small coefficients for a... Some early hits. I tried small coefficients for a short time just to see what would pop out. # norm 4.125469e-017 alpha -8.900162 e 1.449e-013 rroots 5 skew: 1455572238.87 c0:...
 Forum: Msieve 2017-11-10, 12:50 Replies: 202 Views: 65,579 Posted By lorgix That's a good point. We already see the nice... That's a good point. We already see the nice line that log(e-score) falls on when plotted against log(log(n)). So I guess this kind of table is already "just for fun". I understand. We'll see...
 Forum: Msieve 2017-11-08, 06:26 Replies: 202 Views: 65,579 Posted By lorgix Is there a chart that is up to date, or will... Is there a chart that is up to date, or will there be one?
 Forum: Msieve 2017-11-07, 17:26 Replies: 202 Views: 65,579 Posted By lorgix Just to fill in the gap in the table; here is a... Just to fill in the gap in the table; here is a poly for the c149 cofactor of 6529^59-1. R0: -149556254781551014261354736958 R1: 11730155871184751 A0: 42741186048570255159903007583861298925 A1:...
 Forum: GMP-ECM 2017-10-29, 14:21 Replies: 521 Views: 158,491 Posted By lorgix B1=11e6 takes 3076 seconds on my Tesla M2050. 448... B1=11e6 takes 3076 seconds on my Tesla M2050. 448 curves. (c290) Does anybody have a recent binary for CC 2.0 btw?
 Forum: Factoring 2017-10-28, 14:17 Replies: 463 Views: 55,193 Posted By lorgix I'm working on completely factoring p^q-1 for p... I'm working on completely factoring p^q-1 for p and q <10000 where the composite is at most 160 digits. Mostly SNFS recently. GNFS on 5591^61-1 just finished though. p62 =...
 Forum: FactorDB 2017-10-10, 11:44 Replies: 449 Views: 90,874 Posted By lorgix I moved ~200 numbers from combined proof to... I moved ~200 numbers from combined proof to either + OR - the other day. Most didn't even need very much help.
 Forum: Factoring 2017-10-08, 11:45 Replies: 1,028 Views: 154,169 Posted By lorgix 49169^37-1 is now factored through ECM. p43=... 49169^37-1 is now factored through ECM. p43= 1661267604335356263058956914861437468385021
 Forum: GMP-ECM 2017-09-28, 21:31 Replies: 521 Views: 158,491 Posted By lorgix I'm gonna hold you to that. I'm gonna hold you to that.
 Forum: Open Projects 2016-11-13, 15:26 Replies: 587 Views: 76,767 Posted By lorgix 3*383*2085094303*M(163) Here are some new primes for one of the candidates listed on Karsten's site: 3*3*5*11*13*19*29*37*53*59*61*67*83*101*107*131*139*149*163*383*2085094303*2^176883-1...
 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2016-04-09, 17:45 Replies: 325 Views: 23,031 Posted By lorgix I checked the entire area 2≤k≤30030, 3≤b≤2310... I checked the entire area 2≤k≤30030, 3≤b≤2310 plus and minus one. Some of the very smallest ones are missing due to the way MultiSieve works. I have some factors, should anyone want to verify. ...
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2016-02-03, 17:44 Replies: 1,056 Sticky: Report top-5000 primes here Views: 149,718 Posted By lorgix GIMPS wasn't involved though. GIMPS wasn't involved though.
 Forum: Factoring 2015-12-12, 16:10 Replies: 1,028 Views: 154,169 Posted By lorgix It's uncommon, but not that uncommon. It's uncommon, but not that uncommon.
 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2015-07-11, 13:16 Replies: 947 Views: 43,873 Posted By lorgix 1224323*2^1048321+1 is prime. 1224323*2^1048321+1 is prime.
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2015-07-11, 12:18 Replies: 1,056 Sticky: Report top-5000 primes here Views: 149,718 Posted By lorgix 10243047*2^1290576+1... 10243047*2^1290576+1 (http://primes.utm.edu/primes/page.php?id=120095) is prime.
 Forum: Lone Mersenne Hunters 2015-06-06, 10:54 Replies: 2,224 Views: 381,114 Posted By lorgix If you are doing stage1 all the way to 5e12 it's... If you are doing stage1 all the way to 5e12 it's highly recommended that you take stage2 further than 1e13. Maybe 6e13~1e14 or so. Yes, ECM is more efficient. For large enough numbers Prime95...
 Forum: Lounge 2015-06-03, 18:51 Replies: 1,296 Views: 119,267 Posted By lorgix It's a good thing that the flying spaghetti... It's a good thing that the flying spaghetti monster doesn't hate fags (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Westboro_Baptist_Church). edit: Yeah, you'd think there are worse things to do than love...
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