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Forum: Math 2016-10-01, 13:34
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Posted By henryzz
tractor doesn't have any ecm-timings using the...

tractor doesn't have any ecm-timings using the format that WraithX's version uses. This means that the array is empty and in turn causes a division by zero.
Change the pc to pc1 from tractor and try...
Forum: Math 2016-10-01, 09:57
Replies: 34
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Posted By henryzz
I should also point out that g162 doesn't get...

I should also point out that g162 doesn't get detected as gnfs. You need G162.
Forum: Math 2016-09-30, 20:57
Replies: 34
Views: 7,135
Posted By henryzz
Which version of the script are you using(Which...

Which version of the script are you using(Which post did you download it from?)?

The script is written for python 2. I only had to make two changes to WraithX's version to get it to run. xrange to...
Forum: Math 2016-09-30, 18:47
Replies: 34
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Posted By henryzz
We could do with working out ecm timings and gnfs...

We could do with working out ecm timings and gnfs timings on the same pc. This would make WraithX's version of the script usable. How does pc1 compare to tractor?

I would suggest that we could...
Forum: Math 2016-07-17, 22:58
Replies: 34
Views: 7,135
Posted By henryzz
Surely all we need to judge the ratio between nfs...

Surely all we need to judge the ratio between nfs speed on different pcs is to run a fairly quick sieving test as a benchmark. I suppose different size numbers might have a slightly different...
Forum: Math 2016-07-14, 17:03
Replies: 34
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Posted By henryzz
I would be happy with a ratio for ecm being...

I would be happy with a ratio for ecm being applied to nfs. It is hard for most people to tune nfs. Maybe we could add a smalled nfs or two to the tuning. It would have to be smaller than most of the...
Forum: Math 2016-07-14, 08:06
Replies: 34
Views: 7,135
Posted By henryzz
Personally I would include smaller numbers if...

Personally I would include smaller numbers if only because they won't take so long to run the curves. I would also aim to run a wide range of b1s both high and low. I would go into the traditional 80...
Forum: Math 2016-07-11, 10:52
Replies: 34
Views: 7,135
Posted By henryzz
Ok I was unsure about how much the prior would...

Ok I was unsure about how much the prior would effect the posterior. Switching between the modes is a good check of sanity. Setting priors is one of the things that turns people off Bayesian...
Forum: Math 2016-07-10, 18:15
Replies: 34
Views: 7,135
Posted By henryzz
Had some problems initially getting this running...

Had some problems initially getting this running under python 3 on windows. I had to add brackets around all of the print statements and replace R.sort() with R = sorted(R).

This produced...
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