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Old 2012-09-26, 13:15   #34
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Old 2012-09-27, 17:37   #35
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Old 2012-09-28, 19:32   #36
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Old 2012-09-29, 00:27   #37
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Old 2012-09-29, 01:48   #38
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Old 2012-09-29, 19:35   #39
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Old 2012-09-30, 06:08   #41
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FermatFactor=140,12e12,1e14
FermatFactor=141,12e12,1e14
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FermatFactor=149,12e12,1e14
Did you fiddle with mmff to extend range? If not it only goes to 188 bit factors which is k=5.5e11 for n=149, k=1.1e12 for n=148..... k=7e13 for n=142.
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Old 2012-09-30, 07:00   #42
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I noticed that later. (It depends on the k value; for lower k ranges, it would have run). I am running the early 140s now.

I will probably fiddle, later. (Now that my hands are untied from PE 396, heh, heh, nice one, btw..!) The same limit kicks in for the mmff-gfn and I did want to extend the upper limit for both. The main driver of the probability of success is simply ~ 1/k !* (~ 1/k * 1/(ln k + N ln 2), but the last part is so-o-o-o flat), so getting to as low k as possible is desirable. ;-)

*! is not the factorial sign, surely

Last fiddled with by Batalov on 2012-09-30 at 07:02 Reason: 1/k! would have been silly
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