20200527, 19:05  #375 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
19·223 Posts 
Here's my poly:
Code:
n: 49166124173619026753031982944551526151417771554402090661062654848708821920824797208853190175969799268557269709859566937412206672909073923990203898320874417048790184714368584420136913755996169900623 skew: 17728574.908 c0: 1851954754326085803755824978566355349385603620 c1: 439108109299249942599064037912565582401 c2: 37765023384211191595917223581920 c3: 1105329700560709779846731 c4: 131268139226673570 c5: 231462000 Y0: 73356500846738980870400907749624903370 Y1: 2014199892324995594119487 # MurphyE (Bf=8.590e+09,Bg=8.590e+09,area=2.147e+15) = 2.930e08 Charybdis' poly is in the expected range with first digits 49, this is closer to a c198 than a recordscoring c197 (most record polys occur when the input has first digit 1, for obvious reasons). I'll give Ed & Sean a day or so to post any competitive polys, and then I'll queue it on my usual server/port for sieving from Q=20100M. swellman can add it to 15e nfs@home from 100Mup (up? whatever testsieves suggest). Last fiddled with by VBCurtis on 20200527 at 19:06 
20200527, 19:09  #376 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
10215_{8} Posts 
How close is the CADOscore of the secondbest poly from your search? We ought to testsieve your top few maybe anything within 4% of the best one, so 5.6e9 and up? I haven't done much testing of CADO's scoring & ranking algos, this is maybe the right size (in terms of reward vs labor) to see how much 'error' there is in the rankings.

20200527, 21:31  #377  
Apr 2020
7·11 Posts 
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n: 49166124173619026753031982944551526151417771554402090661062654848708821920824797208853190175969799268557269709859566937412206672909073923990203898320874417048790184714368584420136913755996169900623 skew: 28999185.753 c0: 825891109443158607004674603693307345947535104 c1: 458336107143097451651138666322102677926 c2: 15395815906228156284144085519903 c3: 1227648733060542278973221 c4: 2239142232086382 c5: 240267720 Y0: 52771582291447988764073188957896143899 Y1: 504323638911825938080187 # MurphyE (Bf=4.295e+09,Bg=4.295e+09,area=1.342e+16) = 5.587e09 Third best might not be worth testing, but here it is anyway: Code:
n: 49166124173619026753031982944551526151417771554402090661062654848708821920824797208853190175969799268557269709859566937412206672909073923990203898320874417048790184714368584420136913755996169900623 skew: 24014871.336 c0: 1364797159130352880052679500643894828665462784 c1: 362357224006072980836162526585169670714 c2: 36967799155258551320570826109413 c3: 1576718934633143220496399 c4: 35837161535537914 c5: 269392200 Y0: 51577723996775865772212841676739840845 Y1: 74262126350696286612779 # MurphyE (Bf=4.295e+09,Bg=4.295e+09,area=1.342e+16) = 5.448e09 

20200527, 21:46  #378 
Jun 2012
2·17·83 Posts 
Sorry, no bandwidth. Don’t wait for me. I’ll enqueue the eventual winning poly once a breakpoint for Q between CADO and 15e is determined.

20200527, 23:00  #379 
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
110010111001_{2} Posts 
Good finds! I'm having troubles (switch related  maybe heat) that are crashing my CADONFS runs. I will probably not join the sieving in the near term. I'm finding one machine can hang the whole "farm." My best recent scores were 6.553 and 6.695. I don't expect anything better than what was found.

20200528, 00:22  #380  
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
CB9_{16} Posts 
Quote:
Code:
n: 49166124173619026753031982944551526151417771554402090661062654848708821920824797208853190175969799268557269709859566937412206672909073923990203898320874417048790184714368584420136913755996169900623 skew: 25821086.753 c0: 11743468923861695132221057378748091237266929053 c1: 822195130408646047596119796224044539797 c2: 171274131595837393197610465587927 c3: 1460057612578687511406813 c4: 124782639869557370 c5: 1020419400 Y0: 47464778048999806071817527973227339466 Y1: 655097728475803123967 # MurphyE (Bf=8.590e+09,Bg=4.295e+09,area=2.684e+16) = 7.590e9 # f(x) = 1020419400*x^5124782639869557370*x^41460057612578687511406813*x^3+171274131595837393197610465587927*x^2+822195130408646047596119796224044539797*x11743468923861695132221057378748091237266929053 # g(x) = 655097728475803123967*x47464778048999806071817527973227339466 Code:
n: 49166124173619026753031982944551526151417771554402090661062654848708821920824797208853190175969799268557269709859566937412206672909073923990203898320874417048790184714368584420136913755996169900623 skew: 17278493.78 c0: 1912123293028593031857952411951842469496728494 c1: 364715500413933850521068886544044195217 c2: 24250640943297613801121770438218 c3: 2542815473406655921784837 c4: 188210066225793606 c5: 1276589160 Y0: 47070976904761820131596894873426724724 Y1: 9742264672163558165951 # MurphyE (Bf=8.590e+09,Bg=4.295e+09,area=2.684e+16) = 7.695e09 # f(x) = 1276589160*x^5188210066225793606*x^4+2542815473406655921784837*x^3+24250640943297613801121770438218*x^2+364715500413933850521068886544044195217*x+1912123293028593031857952411951842469496728494 # g(x) = 9742264672163558165951*x47070976904761820131596894873426724724 

20200528, 01:02  #381  
Apr 2020
7·11 Posts 
Quote:
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# Note: now I is used also in the polynomial selection (for the computation # of Murphy's E value) thus we define it at the "tasks" level, not at the # "tasks.sieve" level. 

20200528, 04:20  #382 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
19·223 Posts 
If anyone cares, the usual server & port is running Charybdis' best scoring poly with A=31, 4 threads per process default.
I'll get his secondbest fired up shortly on a different port and see how ETAs compare in the morning (lazy man's testsieve). 20 threads on each, on a 20core machine. 
20200528, 12:29  #383  
"Ed Hall"
Dec 2009
Adirondack Mtns
3,257 Posts 
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20200528, 15:25  #384  
Apr 2020
7×11 Posts 
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# MurphyE (Bf=4.295e+09,Bg=4.295e+09,area=1.342e+16) = 5.807e09 

20200528, 15:30  #385 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
19·223 Posts 
Yep! My records suggest it's largeprimesize choice and siever area, but lim's might go into the calculation of Bf and Bg too.

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