20190428, 18:55  #78 
Oct 2015
104_{8} Posts 
Do we settle with one of the found polys?

20190428, 21:22  #79 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
2·47^{2} Posts 
The msieve folks haven't had very much time; for a job that takes ~50 CPUyears to sieve, a GPUyear of poly select is a reasonable target. I'm sure we don't have 12 GPUs searching, so a month isn't long enough.
I haven't gotten around to any CADO search myself, either. There is much left to do ECM pretesting isn't yet complete, either. 
20190429, 19:43  #80 
Oct 2015
104_{8} Posts 
I put 1200 coredays into the polysearch, evenly splitted between deg5 and deg6. I don‘t know how this converts to gpu years.
Last fiddled with by vebis on 20190429 at 19:45 
20190430, 23:45  #81 
"Max"
Jun 2016
Toronto
701_{10} Posts 
C207 poly score
@vebis
My bet is we will not get anything better than 1.763e15 for degree 5 poly. Your original poly after 600 coredays was pretty strong and we got very lucky with the spin (+13.5%). In degree 6 that probably means E > 2.1e15, and I have a hard time crossing a 2handle line with all your great degree 6 candidates. Patiently waiting for the testsieve results... 
20190501, 00:49  #82 
Sep 2008
Kansas
6105_{8} Posts 
C207 Poly
My best score so far is 1.3 with degree 5. Continuing with 33M with msieveGPU.

20190501, 02:18  #83  
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
2×47^{2} Posts 
Quote:


20190502, 15:05  #84 
Apr 2010
144_{10} Posts 
I've run GPU polyselect for 3 days now. I have nothing competitive to 1.7e15 yet but 4 polys above 1.38e15. Maybe one of them is spinable.
Code:
# norm 2.268219e20 alpha 9.159842 e 1.406896e15 rroots 5 skew: 537137182.72 c0: 201136016414882404020745322408968491381394661407872 c1: 18443567562394707400723332615212125571164956 c2: 126808754424960017662126588751357314 c3: 63508439009354339473675934 c4: 402712014124143779 c5: 200840640 Y0: 4408360209867911475011006261136065163329 Y1: 208056570822173619719 # norm 2.250907e20 alpha 8.254714 e 1.398482e15 rroots 5 skew: 203737086.95 c0: 39023279351822263757649392196439290158044668030800 c1: 234293248880316954011172219691584603724020 c2: 20374363588896664401734214803072256 c3: 49887809355389561953368353 c4: 565682664212116068 c5: 201801600 Y0: 4404153751761832881906341865269260577461 Y1: 100036617348797298821 # norm 2.233059e20 alpha 9.090323 e 1.387992e15 rroots 5 skew: 781890408.98 c0: 6632916566231902971415991145436233511882533517078304 c1: 35063000149988900390567210762645058368136750 c2: 140156630347139255242856341696624655 c3: 71050822348447487543054190 c4: 243561083025356676 c5: 100540440 Y0: 5062665536312230975791209695650674433165 Y1: 367519913313526297889 # norm 2.169643e20 alpha 7.356187 e 1.384190e15 rroots 5 skew: 256204300.06 c0: 18923777149059534087726928025111736809726687968080 c1: 1055338864201618793242848967990140672188697 c2: 3663854191651275199601669633022108 c3: 53329572334584775812110477 c4: 34960671080784883 c5: 201201000 Y0: 4406779963316103452680276509973239820313 Y1: 210111803588673209159 
20190503, 06:09  #85  
Oct 2006
Berlin, Germany
1117_{8} Posts 
Quote:
Start: 06 May 2019 00:00 UTC End: 11 May 2019 00:00 UTC I assume that the remaining ECM curves will be processed during this race. yoyo 

20190504, 00:28  #86  
"Max"
Jun 2016
Toronto
701_{10} Posts 
C207 polys
Quote:
Code:
Y0: 4408360209869090258211521458702876425563 Y1: 416113141644347239438 c0: 11572744639136622516898971054433671073624146401130 c1: 4968519235395260371890442335727074610993419 c2: 62826050370389033853709695230989919 c3: 72570528450051070906131110 c4: 794045028225497158 c5: 803362560 skew: 278646086.03 # size 1.878e20, alpha 9.160, combined = 1.417e15 rroots = 5 Code:
Y0: 4404153751761648772515040791744564432641 Y1: 200073234697594597642 c0: 4815345740956093702696476648186899246607549975000 c1: 77445214858216490262158987142423472342665 c2: 10319161718573132419107345056292918 c3: 45730269914283618960294113 c4: 1127651331417512136 c5: 807206400 skew: 106594367.02 # size 1.863e20, alpha 8.255, combined = 1.408e15 rroots = 5 

20190505, 19:20  #87 
Oct 2015
2^{2}×17 Posts 
VBCurtis gave me 2 parameter files for polyselection. This is the top poly of the first file from cado and as an attachment the other top80.
Code:
n: 334377437706404684733884220732190564550147039308686365251932207592010868660163280944362994773042289837865752943086095333357861608005044927356022538834108845220872215597190097852981295940487497385774178731621 skew: 457883977.784 c0: 134290292880687501661256572740494690644774086231345 c1: 12796351748956634711765230605498525115012 c2: 7475858736173889682062354826325821 c3: 2446745267681131688984128 c4: 6942146306860384 c5: 9527280 Y0: 8110610416048511788085122669244949919058 Y1: 8488432067100201108680911 # MurphyE (Bf=3.436e+10,Bg=1.718e+10,area=5.469e+16) = 1.54e08 # found by revision 9436c2ff8 # f(x) = 9527280*x^5+6942146306860384*x^42446745267681131688984128*x^3+7475858736173889682062354826325821*x^212796351748956634711765230605498525115012*x134290292880687501661256572740494690644774086231345 # g(x) = 8488432067100201108680911*x8110610416048511788085122669244949919058 Last fiddled with by vebis on 20190505 at 19:21 
20190506, 00:54  #88 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
2·47^{2} Posts 
cownoise tells me the score for this one is 1.463e15.
No better than the one your run found, but Max may have a lookandspin. Thanks for trying! 
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