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Old 2016-01-13, 20:12   #12
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there are persuasive rumours that an unpublished L(1/4) algorithm has been developed.
Has anyone else heard about this?
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Old 2016-01-13, 22:23   #13
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That would indeed be quite the rumor...
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Old 2017-01-20, 21:12   #14
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This is not about my original question,
but at least I found a nice approach to solve for t in t^2 == N (mod p^e), for any e>=2.
Look at the comment of Gottfried Barthel here: http://mathoverflow.net/questions/52...-a-prime-power
It works pretty good.

For guys saying "this is just basic number theory": I'm just a stupid computer scientist ;-)
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