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Old 2009-10-30, 21:07   #45
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releasing 10650 at n=1177 C124 = 2*3*13*457049* C117
ECM 900@1M 300@3M
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Old 2009-10-31, 05:14   #46
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I have just had to expand the list from 2 to 3 posts. It does amaze me how big this project has become in just over 7 months
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As promised here a list of the sequences i was working on the last few weeks.

sequence; index; size last element; size composite; guide/driver

606606 773 98 97 2 * 3
608000 2513 108 106 2^2 * 5 * 7
760000 756 115 102 2^4 * 3 * 7
800400 1029 102 102 2 * 3
800988 1529 100 98 2^3 * 3 * 5
801192 817 108 88 2^3 * 3 * 5
(etc.)

All results reported to the database.
Hope this helps updating Karstens list

I thinkie you now needie to expandie it from 3 to 4 posts now.
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Old 2009-10-31, 05:21   #47
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I thinkie you now needie to expandie it from 3 to 4 posts now.
This brings up a question: Is a list of released sequences necessary? Eventually there will be as many as there are open-ended sequences < 1M. That wouldn't be a pretty picture.

Possible solution if you guys like to have such a list: Make it only for "recently" released sequences. That is: Whenever someone releases one, but a date on it. Then after 2 weeks, 1 month, 3 months, or whatever, remove it from the list. That way, the list won't keep getting bigger.

Another solution that I thought was a good idea and would be a good replacement for this thread: The recommended sequences thread. The idea would be that whenever someone releases a semi-interesting sequence or someone runs across a driverless sequence that he can't continue, then put it in the recommended sequences thread. I like the idea so much that I may do that at the CRUS prime search project at some point. That is a "recommended bases" thread and the reason why they are recommended.


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Old 2009-10-31, 07:58   #48
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This brings up a question: Is a list of released sequences necessary? Eventually there will be as many as there are open-ended sequences < 1M. That wouldn't be a pretty picture.

Possible solution if you guys like to have such a list: Make it only for "recently" released sequences. That is: Whenever someone releases one, but a date on it. Then after 2 weeks, 1 month, 3 months, or whatever, remove it from the list. That way, the list won't keep getting bigger.

Another solution that I thought was a good idea and would be a good replacement for this thread: The recommended sequences thread. The idea would be that whenever someone releases a semi-interesting sequence or someone runs across a driverless sequence that he can't continue, then put it in the recommended sequences thread. I like the idea so much that I may do that at the CRUS prime search project at some point. That is a "recommended bases" thread and the reason why they are recommended.


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Well, I think we can drop the sequences which Karsten has shown as released on his page. I don't want to stick biwema's list in anyway - I haven't put in the released sequences from the subprojects. This thread was originally created by schickel as a thread for sequences which people had spent a long time working on at higher levels. This project has changed a lot since he handed the administration over to me. I don't want to bin this thread just yet, but I will think of something.
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Old 2009-10-31, 10:16   #49
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I also think there is no need for a released sequences list/thread. In this case users just have too many places to check if they can take a sequence? And what happens if the chosen sequence is not on the list? Is it reserved or just not interesting?

In my opinion, everyone can reserve any sequence which is
- not reserved in the "reserved sequences thread"
- not in a reange processed by someone see "Aliquot ranges and status"

For unreserved sequences that are interesting to continue, we have the "Some recommended sequences" thread.

If you are not sure, i recommend to do a search in this forum for the sequence number to see if it appears in a earlier post.
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Old 2009-11-03, 03:05   #50
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Well, I think we can drop the sequences which Karsten has shown as released on his page. I don't want to stick biwema's list in anyway - I haven't put in the released sequences from the subprojects. This thread was originally created by schickel as a thread for sequences which people had spent a long time working on at higher levels. This project has changed a lot since he handed the administration over to me. I don't want to bin this thread just yet, but I will think of something.
Well, then you'll be dropping EVERY sequence that is unreserved! lol Karsten reflects what is reserved in yellow. If it's not reserved, it's just left with the background color. So I'm not sure that I get your drift. If there's a person's name in the box, it just means that was the last searcher, not that it is currently reserved.

In the mean time:

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Old 2009-11-04, 04:00   #51
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Old 2009-11-04, 16:19   #52
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Well, I think we can drop the sequences which Karsten has shown as released on his page. I don't want to stick biwema's list in anyway - I haven't put in the released sequences from the subprojects. This thread was originally created by schickel as a thread for sequences which people had spent a long time working on at higher levels. This project has changed a lot since he handed the administration over to me. I don't want to bin this thread just yet, but I will think of something.
One use for this thread would be to keep sequences that have been done to a certain level and then released. Right now the threshhold is 105 digits, but given we are doing a project to 110 digits, this seems small.

What if we only included sequences that were 115 digits or more? These would be the sequences one could choose to work on where it is possible to break a record or at least get near the top 10 highest for escapes, down runs, terminations, etc.

Furthermore, I think a better seperation than sequence range would be those that have drivers vs not.

So I propose two tables, ideally including all seqs over 115 digits that noone is working on - one for seqs with drivers and one without drivers - the more lucrative ones.
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One use for this thread would be to keep sequences that have been done to a certain level and then released. Right now the threshhold is 105 digits, but given we are doing a project to 110 digits, this seems small.

What if we only included sequences that were 115 digits or more? These would be the sequences one could choose to work on where it is possible to break a record or at least get near the top 10 highest for escapes, down runs, terminations, etc.

Furthermore, I think a better seperation than sequence range would be those that have drivers vs not.

So I propose two tables, ideally including all seqs over 115 digits that noone is working on - one for seqs with drivers and one without drivers - the more lucrative ones.

That sounds like a good idea. If we went to that, I would reserve and release my sequences in the reservations thread. Then it would be up to you guys whether you would include them in the released thread.

In the mean time:

Releasing 130396.
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Old 2009-11-07, 10:06   #54
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Old 2009-11-08, 11:05   #55
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Releasing:

718080 - index 453 - 111 digits - 2^5 * 7

288680 - index 2069 - 103 digits - driver 2^2 * 7

291138 - index 2117 - 110 digits - driver 2^2 * 3 * 7

267240 - index 294 - 115 digits - driver 2^3 * 3 * 5
Very fast increasing ! Reaching 90 digits at i: 217; 100 digits at i: 248; 110 digits at i: 279

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