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Old 2019-09-26, 19:49   #1
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Default Fast multithreaded Prime Sieve

A twin primes sieve that can be implemented for optimum performance using distributed networks.

Original paper from December 2018.

Link to latest code implementation (link in paper) - twinprimes_ssoz.nim,
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Old 2019-12-20, 16:15   #2
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A list of updated code versions for the Twin Primes SSoZ sieve in different languages.




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Old 2020-08-22, 21:50   #3
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Attached are the latest Rust and Nim versions.
Remove the *.txt file extension to use.
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Old 2020-08-22, 21:55   #4
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Would you stop posting new threads about "your" sieve every year or so? Several years of posting the same were not enough?

Moving to Misc. Math. (Beware also that the ban is nigh!)
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