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 Forum: Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 2011-01-07, 20:38 Replies: 1 Views: 3,877 Posted By thommy That's good news. That's good news.
 Forum: Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 2010-12-25, 20:45 Replies: 6 Views: 3,999 Posted By thommy k=53542 has fallen acording to the stats. k=53542 has fallen acording to the stats.
 Forum: Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 2009-02-06, 09:52 Replies: 27 Views: 4,212 Posted By thommy The clients run smoothly. The first test set,... The clients run smoothly. The first test set, riesel 290k-300k, is at 296500 at the moment. Great work. It's much faster than LLRnet.
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2009-01-08, 12:32 Replies: 67 Views: 5,461 Posted By thommy Short answer: Well, the difference is k*2^6... Short answer: Well, the difference is k*2^6 between those numbers, which is k*64. As that residue is "something mod 64" a multiple of 64 doesn't make a difference.
 Forum: Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 2009-01-05, 17:39 Replies: 142 Views: 11,005 Posted By thommy I'm awaiting the PRPnet server for srb5. Nice... I'm awaiting the PRPnet server for srb5. Nice work, Mark.
 Forum: Prime Sierpinski Project 2008-12-10, 08:36 Replies: 7 Views: 1,393 Posted By thommy That's outdated. 12 k's are left. 3 are tested by... That's outdated. 12 k's are left. 3 are tested by SeventeenorBust (.com) and 9 here. The last of that 10 k-values in teh getting started thread has been eliminated with a prime.
 Forum: Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 2008-11-03, 13:57 Replies: 1 Views: 908 Posted By thommy Using Phrot For LLRNET Reservations It should be possible, to get wus over llrnet. Convert them to a phrot readable output, test them, and convert output back to upload them with llrnet, right?
 Forum: Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 2008-10-09, 11:11 Replies: 142 Views: 11,005 Posted By thommy Who compiled the last version, was it phil? Maybe... Who compiled the last version, was it phil? Maybe he could assist.
 Forum: Prime Sierpinski Project 2008-07-25, 13:36 Replies: 16 Views: 1,956 Posted By thommy yes. yes.
 Forum: Twin Prime Search 2008-04-26, 17:42 Replies: 7 Views: 1,325 Posted By thommy So what's next? Is it Primegrid's 666,666... So what's next? Is it Primegrid's 666,666 exponent that is sieved for SG and TP chance or are you palnning a twin only search again, like 500,000 as the exponent. Wouldn't be that efficient. Is there...
 Forum: Prime Sierpinski Project 2008-04-09, 22:44 Replies: 54 Views: 4,485 Posted By thommy Then you run primegrid? See this post:... Then you run primegrid? See this post: http://www.primegrid.com/forum_thread.php?id=889&nowrap=true#8675 The work unit range has been increased from 0.5 to no idea to get appriximately same...
 Forum: Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 2008-02-20, 15:42 Replies: 358 Views: 35,103 Posted By thommy I made two plots with all primes found by llrnet... I made two plots with all primes found by llrnet (red) and the best plotting line (blue) for sierpinski and riesel: http://img245.imageshack.us/my.php?image=sierpxr3.png...
 Forum: Prime Sierpinski Project 2008-02-04, 23:31 Replies: 11 Views: 1,861 Posted By thommy wouldn't be worth the effort then... wouldn't be worth the effort then...
 Forum: Twin Prime Search 2008-01-26, 01:41 Replies: 13 Views: 1,688 Posted By thommy Thanks, CedricVonck. Thanks, CedricVonck.
 Forum: Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 2008-01-25, 11:36 Replies: 16 Views: 980 Posted By thommy Probably someone tested sievespeed or something... Probably someone tested sievespeed or something in that range, found a factor. And submitted it.
 Forum: Prime Sierpinski Project 2007-10-31, 08:36 Replies: 16 Views: 1,956 Posted By thommy Is there a way sr2sieve can deleta a k sequence... Is there a way sr2sieve can deleta a k sequence like sr5sieve does?
 Forum: Prime Sierpinski Project 2007-10-16, 10:05 Replies: 83 Views: 8,975 Posted By thommy Automated, but only once a day. Automated, but only once a day.
 Forum: Twin Prime Search 2007-08-06, 04:49 Replies: 311 Views: 22,143 Posted By thommy Please see... Please see http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/primeform/message/8721 So sieving for both, a twin and a sophie germain is far more beneficial.
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2007-05-21, 14:58 Replies: 148 Views: 14,924 Posted By thommy Did you try "srfile -a S18534.npg S23451.npg ... Did you try "srfile -a S18534.npg S23451.npg S60849.npg S64494.npg" to create a ABCD-file? You get it from inside an archive here : http://geocities.com/g_w_reynolds/srsieve/
 Forum: Twin Prime Search 2007-05-17, 07:10 Replies: 35 Views: 3,870 Posted By thommy Thast's the point. So why not make them... Thast's the point. So why not make them TwinPrime/PrimeGrind instead of the 2 accounts TwinPrime and PrimeGrind
 Forum: Prime Sierpinski Project 2007-05-13, 22:08 Replies: 51 Views: 3,926 Posted By thommy "If we look at 1% of primes only, we can find... "If we look at 1% of primes only, we can find 16.94 times many more factors everyday". I cant belive that. So this is all based on: checking if n divides x is faster when n-1 is smooth? Why is...
 Forum: Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 2007-05-09, 09:26 Replies: 22 Views: 1,820 Posted By thommy this available for psp too? this available for psp too?
 Forum: Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 2007-04-25, 15:44 Replies: 522 Views: 26,640 Posted By thommy For n even: 4*3^n-1=(2*3^(n/2)-1)*(2*3^(n/2)+1).... For n even: 4*3^n-1=(2*3^(n/2)-1)*(2*3^(n/2)+1). Guess those will not be removed automatically.
 Forum: Conjectures 'R Us 2007-03-11, 01:42 Replies: 148 Views: 14,924 Posted By thommy Not worth it with just 4 ks remaining. And llr... Not worth it with just 4 ks remaining. And llr handles 4^n as 2^m... that wouldnt be a problem at all. :rolleyes:
 Forum: Sierpinski/Riesel Base 5 2007-03-11, 01:37 Replies: 8 Views: 1,017 Posted By thommy why don't you try it first? do you even have and... why don't you try it first? do you even have and linux psp, or do you just wanna know? cheers :grin:
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