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Old 2022-08-07, 23:45   #1805
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Base 277 can be added at the next update. The highest same parity exponent termination is 47.

Taking bases 281, 283 and 293 next. This will be all the primes below 300.
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Old 2022-08-07, 23:53   #1806
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Excellent! Thank you, Rich! I'll add 277 to the other thread later tonight.
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Old 2022-08-08, 21:42   #1807
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Base 281 can be added at the next update. The highest same parity exponent termination is 53.
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Old 2022-08-08, 23:37   #1808
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Thanks Rich! I'll add 281 to the other thread tonight.
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Old 2022-08-10, 17:18   #1809
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Base 283 can be added at the next update. The highest same parity exponent termination is 49.
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Old 2022-08-10, 18:55   #1810
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Thanks Rich! I will add 283 to the other thread tonight.
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Base 293 can be added at the next update. The highest same parity exponent termination is 47.
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Old 2022-08-11, 11:41   #1812
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Excellent! That completes all prime bases <300. Thank you, Rich!

I'm running my scripts to update everything, including adding 293. The other thread is just about on hold, but I'll still keep post #1 updated until Jean-Luc updates all his pages. I hope he's not too overwhelmed.
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Old 2022-08-14, 16:33   #1813
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Hello to all.

I'm back from a very good vacation.
Now it's time to resume this work.
I am really very much amazed at what you have managed to accomplish in three weeks.
It is also great that you had time to add bases that are prime numbers and to continue the exhaustive list with the bases 102, 104, 120.
This will further enrich the analysis.
Many thanks to you for all the hard work.
It's also great that Curtis is using cofactors from this project to refine CADO.



I will launch the big harvest on Thursday, August 18 at 18:00 GMT.

We have to pick a date and time.
Until then, I still have some small program problems to solve.
I will also try to do a complete update of the page with all the new bases added.
As far as the update is concerned, I have to study some new scripts that Karsten sent me and that should make my work easier.
Many thanks to Karsten who is behind all these new scripts.
But if I don't have time to update before the big harvest, it's not a big deal, it won't prevent me from launching the big harvest.
The big harvest is independent of the project page, since it scans FactorDB directly.
I also take the opportunity to check if there is no broken aliquot sequence.
Once the big harvest is over, it's time for the analysis.
We will then see what comes out of it !
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Welcome back! I hope is was a great time!
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Old 2022-08-16, 12:35   #1815
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Just for information :
Right now, I'm experimenting with upgrades with Karsten's new scripts and he's always perfecting them.
A big thank you to him, because I will save a lot of time and minimize the number of errors, because there are less manipulations to do.
But I will also have to modify the content of all the folders to have a cleaner work to avoid confusions for the future.
The amount of work is quite scary after all the calculations you have done.
I should point out that this is of course excellent and far exceeds all my expectations !!!
We will get there, nothing resists work...
This does not call into question the date and time of the big FactorDB scan.
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