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Old 2009-09-21, 22:05   #2
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The GGNFS siever has a check that its large primes are no more than 33 bits, but as far as I can tell there's no underlying reason for this; the large primes come out at the post-factoring stage and at that point you've evaluated f(x,y) as an mpz_t.

The yields from using 33-bit large primes to sieve a C91 are somewhat impressive; about 600,000 relations per kiloQ and 3k relations per second. Of course, the winnowing from singleton removal is equally impressive; sieving overnight and will try to see if I get a matrix in the morning :)

(for example, it is not until 4.9 million unique input relations and 9.7 million unique input ideals that I first get an ideal surviving singleton reduction)

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