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Old 2012-02-07, 02:56   #25
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"Tim Sorbera"
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Originally Posted by EdH View Post
However, wouldn't a range being done twice (or, reported twice) provide a huge ratio of duplicates?
Yes. I don't know much about lattice sieving, but I'd guess that ~1.6M of the ~6.6M hash collisions eliminated as hash collisions in the first filtering were from this range being duplicated (it might help to compare this to a similar test and see if it had ~5.0M hash collisions instead of ~6.6M). FYI: in the 9M-10M range, 1007666 rels were in rels1, 666901 were in rels2, and 1662263 were in rels3 (none were in the remaining files).

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