20060411, 01:12  #12 
"Jason Goatcher"
Mar 2005
3507_{10} Posts 
Mr. Silverman, if you're willing to accept the fact that I have zero knowledge of how ecm works, and you don't care that I don't care, I would be happy to give you a week or two of time on my lowly 1.75GHz Sempron.
Just post some ecm parameters and I can get on it right away. Edit: I apologize, I didn't see post #6. I'm going to attempt to get it running sometime tonight. Edit2: Could someone post some stuff about filenames and how to use post #6 info. Sorry for my ignorance. Last fiddled with by jasong on 20060411 at 01:22 
20060411, 01:39  #13 
"Jason Goatcher"
Mar 2005
3·7·167 Posts 
Mr. Silverman, could you please post more info about your curves? I learned the hard way that different B1, B2 values mean that a different number of curves is necessary.
Can I assume that your B1=1e6 means B2=8.4e8? (I printed out part of a web page a while back, not realizing B1/B2 parameters weren't set in stone. In the instance of these parameters it says 35digits and 1100 curves. Is this correct? Or is B2=B1*100? Or are they both wrong?) 
20060411, 02:03  #14 
"Mark"
Apr 2003
Between here and the
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14273530385368339 is a factor of 389. The cofactor is composite.

20060411, 10:41  #15  
"Bob Silverman"
Nov 2003
North of Boston
2^{3}·3·311 Posts 
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Bob 

20060411, 10:43  #16  
"Bob Silverman"
Nov 2003
North of Boston
2^{3}×3×311 Posts 
Quote:
This should have cleared out factors to 30 digits. Run whatever curves you like. 

20060411, 10:56  #17  
"Bob Silverman"
Nov 2003
North of Boston
2^{3}·3·311 Posts 
Quote:
If anyone would like to see the entire set of tables (a^n +/ b^n) for (a,b) = 1, a <=12, b < a, I will post them, but be warned: the file is ~600Kb. I do not work on them a lot. Note that these tables are the "homogeneous" analogue of the Cunningham tables. 

20060411, 11:15  #18  
"Bob Silverman"
Nov 2003
North of Boston
2^{3}×3×311 Posts 
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resources. I just clean up the "moderate sized" pieces that trail just behind the leading edge... I wish I did have the resources... I'd love to go after M1061.......... However, even if I had the sieving resources, solving the matrix for this number will be a real problem... Hey! perhaps we could get cajole IBM into lending "Big Blue" to do the matrix once we get around to organizing the sieving???? I know Don Coppersmith. Perhaps I might ask him. Bob 

20060411, 12:10  #19  
Bamboozled!
"๐บ๐๐ท๐ท๐ญ"
May 2003
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If you don't have them hosted anywhere, I'll volunteer to put them on my site if you wish. Paul 

20060411, 12:11  #20  
"Bob Silverman"
Nov 2003
North of Boston
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Quote:
We are behind a strict firewall. I will send them to you. 

20060411, 15:27  #21 
"Sander"
Oct 2002
52.345322,5.52471
29·41 Posts 
Can somenody explain me how to create a SNFS polynomial for these numbers?

20060411, 16:37  #22  
Bamboozled!
"๐บ๐๐ท๐ท๐ญ"
May 2003
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It will take me a little time to put them on the web as I need to convert your mail to separate files and then to write an HTML wrapper. I'll probably put a separate copy of the tables in my standard format too  one designed to be easily parsed by people and by programs. When the page is ready I'll post the URL here. Paul 

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