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Old 2021-03-23, 09:00   #4
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Originally Posted by bur View Post
For the Proth test, do you use LLR2? It has Gerbicz error correction which is very useful when working alone (i.e. no double checking).
Doesn't "standard" LLR have Gerbicz error correction for Proth tests as of 3.8.24? I know it defaults to Fermat PRP tests with GBC for Riesel candidates now, so I would assume Jean's implemented it for Proth tests too.
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