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Old 2013-01-30, 20:30   #34
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yoyo, you can look here for a "real" post processing log, for a job that's the equivalent of a GNFS 153 (so a bit easier than this team sieve). Again though, reading the guide above is a great way to get started.

I'll also take 50-58M. Edit: Only 12M left

Edit2: Question for the more experienced: if I accidentally sieved my previous reservations on the rational side, what effect would that have?

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Old 2013-01-30, 21:03   #35
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The relations you found are still useful relations. The only "problem" is that, usually, sieving sq on one side produces relations faster than on the other side, so people sieve the side where it is faster and sieving on the wrong side is a less efficient use of cpu time.

You should still sieve your assigned range of the algebraic side. The relations you got from sieving that range on the rational side are not duplicates (except maybe a few) of those you'll get on the algebraic side.
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Old 2013-01-30, 22:23   #36
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Looks like I will have time for 2 more.

I'll take 48-50M.
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Edit2: Question for the more experienced: if I accidentally sieved my previous reservations on the rational side, what effect would that have?
You'd get about half as many relations (I checked). This may necessitate sieving the gaps on the -a side as akruppa suggests.

FYI the relations from my ranges will be posted on Friday afternoon (CST).
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You'd get about half as many relations (I checked). This may necessitate sieving the gaps on the -a side as akruppa suggests.

FYI the relations from my ranges will be posted on Friday afternoon (CST).
Okay, how about this:

Using Edh's 80-90M data, I estimate that properly (read: algebraically) sieving the range you provided would get us around 110M rels (and that's the high end of the range, so yield might be better overall). YAFU's minrels estimate for a 30 bit job is 92M rels, and this is on the low end of the 30 bit range, so if we just sieve the remaining gap, that might be enough to get a half decent matrix. So I'll do just that, and when it's all done I'll attempt a filtering, and do any extra sieving that might be necessary in the ranges I screwed up. (I'd estimate it to be a 3 day matrix, maybe 4 tops.)

So: I'll (properly) do 38-44M.

PS I said I'd move these back to the 4788 thread, but the tradition seems to be to leave these threads intact. Does anyone care either way?

Edit: With 60-90M and 30-36M rels, or 36M out of the 65M range, there are 46,878,979 unique rels out of 50,087,399 raw (6.4% dup rate). That's with my screwed up rational side regions included. Maybe I really will have to resieve those.

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Old 2013-01-31, 13:54   #39
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29-30M ist uploadet.
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Old 2013-01-31, 15:19   #40
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58-60M are on their way - about 15 minutes left...

I've started 46-48M...

If there is something of significance to the main thread, within this Team section, merge it back. Otherwise, follow tradition...
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... Maybe I really will have to resieve those.
With the high potential of dups during resieving, wouldn't it be better to add more rels from above 90M (if needed)?
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With the high potential of dups during resieving, wouldn't it be better to add more rels from above 90M (if needed)?
According to akruppa there won't be many duplicates.

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If there is something of significance to the main thread, within this Team section, merge it back. Otherwise, follow tradition...
Well, I don't think there's anything of great significance, so I guess I'll just leave it here.

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With the high potential of dups during resieving, wouldn't it be better to add more rels from above 90M (if needed)?
Rational specialq are distinct from algebraic specialq, so there is no re-sieving involved when the same specialq is sieved on both sides.
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Rational specialq are distinct from algebraic specialq, so there is no re-sieving involved when the same specialq is sieved on both sides.
Are the rels still relevant and do they have a value in the original problem?
(Hmm, if so, for over-sieving, would it be worthwhile to perform low-level sieving on the other side instead of high-end sieving on the same side?)
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