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Old 2008-12-16, 13:11   #23
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have you added looking for algebraic factorizations
Not yet, maybe later.

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You construct, using GMP and a product tree, twenty numbers
I tried it, but it takes ages to finish. I already have > 1M composite numbers with no factors known in the database, the server is way too slow.


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P.S. How far have you factored Mersenne numbers? There is still a C78 for M277.
Everything up to C70 is factored now, I'm still trying to import the others

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Old 2008-12-16, 13:14   #24
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Well I've done M254 and someone's done M277 in the meantime.

All Mersennes up to M500 done.

How far have you ECM'd so far? What do you mean by low, medium and high limits? At a guess, 20, 25 and 30 digits, though I am bound to be wrong.

I see the workers are working harder now. They're in a race with me!

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Well I've done M254 and someone's done M277 in the meantime.

All Mersennes up to M450 done.

How far have you ECM'd so far? What do you mean by low, medium and high limits? At a guess, 20, 25 and 30 digits, though I am bound to be wrong.
low is ecm -one -c 5 -i 5000 -v 10000, medium ecm -one -c 20 -i 5000 -v 10000 and high is ecm -one -c 200 -i 5000 -v 10000.
Every composite is automatically assigned for low ecm.
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I see the workers are working harder now. They're in a race with me!
The workers found a factor table
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The workers found a factor table
They didn't even know of factor tables or Alpertron's applet (which I was using)?

Mersennes done up to M550.

How much are you doing on near-Cunningham numbers (numbers of the form a^b + c, c small)?

I'm taking a break now. The workers can do the rest.

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They didn't even know of factor tables or Alpertron's applet (which I was using)?
I imported some factor tables using the workers. First the mersenne.org's "factors.cmp", now I'm doing the cunningham tables. Which one should be next?

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I imported some factor tables using the workers. First the mersenne.org's "factors.cmp", now I'm doing the cunningham tables. Which one should be next?
http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~KC2H-MSM/mathland/matha1/
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Old 2008-12-16, 17:25   #31
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Now it can display multiple numbers at once, here are some examples:

Display 2^1+1 to 2^100+1
2^x+1,1,100

Display Mersennes from 300 (to 300+100)
Mx,300

5^x-3^x+1,10000,10010

however, the number of results is limited to 100 at once.

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Old 2008-12-16, 18:13   #32
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Wow. That's fantastic. Basically, you have single-handedly replaced all current factorisation tables. All it needs now is a reservation engine :)

One tiny glitch: if I search for '1+x!,100,105' then click on '1+104!', the '+' doesn't get ecaped in the HTML, so it takes me to '1 104!'
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Wow. That's fantastic. Basically, you have single-handedly replaced all current factorisation tables. All it needs now is a reservation engine :)

One tiny glitch: if I search for '1+x!,100,105' then click on '1+104!', the '+' doesn't get ecaped in the HTML, so it takes me to '1 104!'
Thank you

Fixed that one. Now i'll try to fix the bugs R. Gerbicz reported ..
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