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2021-09-23, 18:19   #56
CraigLo

Mar 2021

59 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by Dr Sardonicus I don't know about the approach in its entirety, but I can confirm the congruence.
Thanks. The goal is to check primality with a single Fermat test. The problem is handling pseudoprimes. If a number is a pseudoprime then there is some prime p that divides it. As you have shown, this pseudoprime has the form n == p (mod mp). If we remove all possible pseudoprimes by sieving for numbers of this form with primes up to sqrt(N) then I think a single Fermat test should be sufficient to test the remaining numbers.

 2021-09-24, 02:22 #57 SethTro     "Seth" Apr 2019 19×23 Posts Thinking through details out loud more time. 1. Sieve with small primes (<10K) marking off all numbers that are composite. 2. Perform Fermat (base 2) primality test The set of numbers that are composite after 1. and 2. are PSP(2), each N will have at least one factor p < sqrt(N) for which N % (p * ord2(p)) = p. 3. So we augment the first sieve by marking off mark off i * (p * ord2(p)) + p for large primes, up to sqrt(limit), this is faster than sieving with these numbers because ord2(p) ~ p. Any number that passes that would pass 2. (e.g. PSP(2)) has some factor p and we've marked off all multiples that would fail 2. so we should be good! --- I tried to understand what the saving in runtime of sieving by p=10,000 vs sieving all primes and I got a counter intuitive result. From Mertens' 2nd theorem I believe the runtime to sieve number less than limit up to P is limit * (0.577 + log(log(P)) When I evaluate this with limit=2^65 and P=10,000 vs limit=2^65 and P=2^32.5 2^65 * (0.577 + log(log(10,000)) = 4.3e19 2^65 * (0.577 + log(log(2^32.5)) = 5.7e19 It says it's only 30% harder to sieve all the numbers (at which point we can skip the Fermat test completely). Maybe this doesn't work in the real world because of cache behavior? Or because the sieve is segmented? Or am I missing something else? Last fiddled with by SethTro on 2021-09-24 at 02:22
 2021-09-24, 06:10 #58 ATH Einyen     Dec 2003 Denmark 3,347 Posts If n=p (mod p*ord(p)) then p*ord(p) < n even when p > sqrt(n), which I find a bit strange. For example from the 2-spsp list: 6589845341971 = 485131 * 13583641 ord(13583641) = 485130 and 485130*13583641 = 6589831758330 < 6589845341971 But ord(13583641) could have easily been bigger, because often ord(p) = p-1, but I guess every time p>sqrt(n) then ord(p) < p-1, I guess that is why they are 2-spsp ? Edit: Here is a more extreme example: 137438953471 = 223 * 616318177 ord(616318177) = 37 << p-1 Last fiddled with by ATH on 2021-09-24 at 06:33
 2021-09-24, 06:45 #59 CraigLo   Mar 2021 59 Posts I think you want M = 0.261 instead of .577 in your equations. I use wheels for the first 14 primes (up to 43) so they aren't sieved. I'm currently sieving about 10k primes so the last prime ~= 100000. Using the equations for just summing 1/p .261 + log(log(43)) = 1.59 (The actual number is 1.64. For larger numbers it is very close) .261 + log(log(100000)) = 2.70 .261 + log(log(2^32.5)) = 3.38 The sieve from 47 to 100000 is 2.7-1.64 = 1.06. The sieve from 100000 to 2^32.5 is 3.38-2.7 = .68 so it is about 65% more numbers sieved. Small numbers can be sieved very efficiently in shared memory in a GPU, similar to working within cache in a CPU. For large numbers it becomes basically a random write to global memory which is very slow. I forget the exact number but I think it is at least a factor of 10 slower to sieve to 2^32. Summing 1/(p*ord(p)) from 100000 to 2^32.5 is only 9.18E-6 so a factor of 74000 less.
2021-09-24, 07:17   #60
SethTro

"Seth"
Apr 2019

19×23 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by ATH If n=p (mod p*ord(p)) then p*ord(p) < n even when p > sqrt(n), which I find a bit strange. For example from the 2-spsp list: 6589845341971 = 485131 * 13583641 ord(13583641) = 485130 and 485130*13583641 = 6589831758330 < 6589845341971 But ord(13583641) could have easily been bigger, because often ord(p) = p-1, but I guess every time p>sqrt(n) then ord(p) < p-1, I guess that is why they are 2-spsp ? Edit: Here is a more extreme example: 137438953471 = 223 * 616318177 ord(616318177) = 37 << p-1
This is a tautology. If p * ord(p) > n, then n doesn't end up being a psp2

Last fiddled with by SethTro on 2021-09-24 at 07:20

2021-09-24, 07:19   #61
SethTro

"Seth"
Apr 2019

19×23 Posts

Quote:
 Originally Posted by CraigLo I think you want M = 0.261 instead of .577 in your equations.
Doh, I used Euler's constant instead of refreshing my memory on the value and then I trusted that google's log would be natural log. Thanks for the updated math.

Last fiddled with by SethTro on 2021-09-24 at 07:20

 2021-10-04, 05:49 #62 CraigLo   Mar 2021 59 Posts I made it up to 264 + 260. I'm going to stop here for now until I rewrite the code. I was a bit unlucky after finding the 1572 and didn't find any new first occurrences. I found a 1510 which is already a max gap. With a merit of 33.999 it might be a new record for largest merit that isn't a record. I also found a 1428, 1430 and 1446. The first 2 gaps without a known first occurrence are 1432 and 1444. In total there were: 236 gaps >= 1300 17 gaps >= 1400 3 gaps >= 1500
 2021-10-05, 20:18 #63 Bobby Jacobs     May 2018 26610 Posts What primes are these gaps between? I hope you can figure out the pseudoprimes just above 264 so you can prove that the 1552 and 1572 gaps are really maximal prime gaps.
 2021-10-06, 16:45 #64 CraigLo   Mar 2021 738 Posts Here is the full list >= 1300 Code: 1320 29.7556 18447459329282765737 1320 29.7555 18448829219040457859 1320 29.7553 18454478540221538011 1310 29.5295 18466554803229195359 1552 34.9844 18470057946260698231 1348 30.3858 18472480327246300711 1330 29.9800 18475043590195495411 1350 30.4303 18487242556245331903 1304 29.3933 18490370470062723803 1308 29.4835 18490772011307560751 1358 30.6104 18495386625134852093 1306 29.4375 18515975932358300023 1400 31.5560 18523860502690353989 1332 30.0232 18525269238564113911 1316 29.6625 18527673642419100563 1304 29.3919 18531125142517159643 1306 29.4370 18531291328025889811 1430 32.2315 18540962584206299801 1310 29.5266 18544511671978508351 1324 29.8421 18546410950300464289 1300 29.3009 18553984149844842289 1356 30.5629 18558795693605238191 1326 29.8867 18561507179142226753 1330 29.9768 18561650277851927143 1386 31.2389 18562939023748888207 1348 30.3822 18570208692452994943 1314 29.6159 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 2021-10-25, 22:43 #65 CraigLo   Mar 2021 59 Posts I've written some code. It isn't finished but it's enough to do some benchmarking. Using my standard cycle length of 36E9, it takes about 0.18 seconds using my old 65-bit code. This is roughly 0.072 seconds for sieving and 0.11 seconds for prime checks. With sieving only, the best I can do with code that I have already written is 3.85 seconds. I'm sure this can be improved quite a bit but I don't think it will ever approach sieve + prime check. The psp-sieve takes about 0.002 seconds so it adds about 1 percent to my old code. I'm psp-sieving with numbers with P*Ord(P) < 255. This gives 17.7M numbers in the psp-sieve. For numbers with P*Ord(P) > 255 I precompute possible PSPs. This gives 28.5M possible PSPs every 256 which is about 15 every cycle.
 2021-10-29, 19:56 #66 MJansen   Jan 2018 2·5·11 Posts Interesting development Craig! Seems really fast and you already have found so many gaps with merit over 30, in such a short period of time, so interesting indeed! Do you see this also practically applicable for bigger numbers say like primorial 3607#/210 with 1485 digits, or only in the range of 2^64 and upwards? Kind regards Michiel Last fiddled with by MJansen on 2021-10-29 at 20:04

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