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Old 2010-02-12, 03:09   #5
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When you apply m > 1 you are factoring a larger number than the original, and the relation yield you get will drop very fast. MPQS doesn't have that problem, and you're not going to run out of (A,B) pairs, so there's no reason to compromise the relation yield by sieving more than one version of n simultaneously.
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