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Old 2009-05-28, 02:56   #1
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Default Poly search for c137 from 4788:2408

Msieve poly selection is running as we speak. The best so far is a 2.598e-011
Code:
# norm 2.382543e-013 alpha -5.301333 e 2.598e-011
skew: 578768.66
c0: -1763425653816471802738051961171671
c1:  11885260797631750454737023644
c2:  12590841099436023132739
c3: -116148256294550959
c4: -78182860513
c5:  64920
Y0: -219917226017262591926478146
Y1:  1468762834311427
EDIT:- Could someone run a pol51 on this one?

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Old 2009-05-28, 04:13   #2
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EDIT:- Could someone run a pol51 on this one?
Running as I type....def-par.txt says "good score" = 2.36e-11, so you're already above that.

EDIT - I might have to lower the score on this one. It's spending <1 minute per range of 1000 and it's at 108000 for the leading coeff and hasn't found a single one....

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Old 2009-05-28, 06:39   #3
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Cool Oooo, here's some competition!

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EDIT:- Could someone run a pol51 on this one?
Code:
n: 33394216768938431606284844335286015008160763986268372830143483319857070474702151118728076745861475926443431154791935815843723403599058047
skew: 380204.79
# norm 8.18e+018
c5: 437580
c4: 151401678354
c3: -166654413883998751
c2: -18263435604278312833637
c1: 10271498836939010389970521791
c0: 345405754370219656887496273785663
# alpha -6.27
Y1: 3405582965975849
Y0: -150148873411964740617516088
# Murphy_E 3.04e-011
# M 16102758412869371469144341230247260992967096724913307932807892303105928036017844299082317921236274622278668935625336307618946927124632095
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Old 2009-05-28, 06:59   #4
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Running as I type....def-par.txt says "good score" = 2.36e-11, so you're already above that.

EDIT - I might have to lower the score on this one. It's spending <1 minute per range of 1000 and it's at 108000 for the leading coeff and hasn't found a single one....
2.36e11 is a cut off point, not necessarily a "good" score.
I started at 5000 and best so far is 2.62e-011
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Old 2009-05-28, 07:06   #5
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Frank, can you merge the poly search details into the newly created sieve thread?
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Old 2009-05-28, 07:07   #6
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2.36e11 is a cut off point, not necessarily a "good" score.
I started at 5000 and best so far is 2.62e-011
I realize that. This was the first time that I've seen a search go as high as it did and find *nothing*. I was thinking of lowering the score to see if it could find *anytthing*. For most of my searches, something usually turns up immediately that is very close to the "good score". The above poly is the second to turn up; the first was 2.94e-11, which is considerably higher than I normally see as a first effort.....


Next question is, do we need to do more ECM, or do we call it good?
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# Murphy_E 3.04e-011
That's excellent. Once I get back home, I'll check is msieve has something better for us ;-)
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Frank, can you merge the poly search details into the newly created sieve thread?
Sure thing.....I don't know if it's quite what you expected, though.....
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Sure thing.....I don't know if it's quite what you expected, though.....
Add the contents of my post to axn's post at the top and delete mine.
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Add the contents of my post to axn's post at the top and delete mine.
Or we could do it this way....
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Old 2009-05-28, 14:08   #11
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I didn't find anything better than 2.81

I did some limited testing with the above poly:
Code:
14e sp 12M, lpb 28 	total yield: 4325, q=10001009 (0.05886 sec/rel)
13e sp 12M, lpb 28	total yield: 2030, q=10001009 (0.04753 sec/rel)
14e sp 12M, lpb 27	total yield: 2131, q=10001009 (0.11947 sec/rel)
13e sp 12M, lpb 27	total yield: 1001, q=10001009 (0.09609 sec/rel)

13e sp 10M, lpb 28	total yield: 2000, q=10001009 (0.04623 sec/rel)
13e sp 16M, lpb 28	total yield: 2074, q=10001009 (0.05032 sec/rel)

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