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Old 2008-05-21, 18:18   #23
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CRUS gained greatly as a result of one HUGE prime found by Rogue and two in the n=520K-540K range found by me. His was a megabit prime that proved the Sierp base 11 conjecture! It finally put CRUS in the top-20 score on projects.
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Old 2008-05-29, 07:19   #24
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Crushed 'em all with the rally!! Thanks to all who contributed.

Code:
3836522 Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search by Woltman & Kurowski
 135232 Seventeen or Bust
   5462 PrimeGrid
   5095 Riesel Sieve Project
   4555 Riesel Prime Search
   3084 The Prime Sierpinski Problem
   2732 321search
   2205 Yves Gallot's GFN Search Project
   1525 Prime Internet Eisenstein Search
   1189 GFN 2^17 Sieving project
   1015 12121 Search
    720 PrimeSearch
    319 Mat's Prime Search
    266 GFN 2^16 Sieving project
    248 Riesel Base 5
    216 15k*2^n-1 search
    148 Les GeneFermiers
     79 Conjectures 'R Us
     53 GFN 2^15 Sieving project
     47 GFN 2^14 Sieving project
Differences:
Code:
   +72 PrimeSearch
   +29 Riesel Prime Search
   +13 Conjectures 'R Us
    -1 15k*2^n-1 search
    -1 GFN 2^14 Sieving project
    -2 GFN 2^16 Sieving project
    -2 Riesel Base 5
    -3 Mat's Prime Search
    -6 Les GeneFermiers
   -10 GFN 2^17 Sieving project
   -10 12121 Search
   -19 Yves Gallot's GFN Search Project
   -23 321search
   -26 The Prime Sierpinski Problem
   -29 Prime Internet Eisenstein Search
   -43 Riesel Sieve Project
   -45 PrimeGrid
 -1132 Seventeen or Bust
-32108 Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search by Woltman & Kurowski
That's the 3rd consecutive time frame in which we've led the charts! Rollin', rollin', rollin...

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Old 2008-06-10, 15:18   #25
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Code:
3809268 Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search by Woltman & Kurowski
 134271 Seventeen or Bust
   5423 PrimeGrid
   5059 Riesel Sieve Project
   4551 Riesel Prime Search
   3062 The Prime Sierpinski Problem
   2712 321search
   2190 Yves Gallot's GFN Search Project
   1498 Prime Internet Eisenstein Search
   1180 GFN 2^17 Sieving project
   1008 12121 Search
    763 PrimeSearch
    317 Mat's Prime Search
    264 GFN 2^16 Sieving project
    246 Riesel Base 5
    220 15k*2^n-1 search
    141 Les GeneFermiers
     78 Conjectures 'R Us
     52 GFN 2^15 Sieving project
     47 GFN 2^14 Sieving project
Code:
   +43 PrimeSearch
    +4 15k*2^n-1 search
     0 GFN 2^14 Sieving project
    -1 Conjectures 'R Us
    -1 GFN 2^15 Sieving project
    -2 GFN 2^16 Sieving project
    -2 Mat's Prime Search
    -2 Riesel Base 5
    -4 Riesel Prime Search
    -7 12121 Search
    -7 Les GeneFermiers
    -9 GFN 2^17 Sieving project
   -15 Yves Gallot's GFN Search Project
   -20 321search
   -22 The Prime Sierpinski Problem
   -27 Prime Internet Eisenstein Search
   -36 Riesel Sieve Project
   -39 PrimeGrid
  -961 Seventeen or Bust
-27254 Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search by Woltman & Kurowski
We've been the fastest gaining since the May 6 report, between April 16 and May 2 before that a huge prime was found by another project so we weren't the largest on the May 2 report.

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Old 2008-06-10, 16:16   #26
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We've been the fastest gaining since the May 6 report, between April 16 and May 2 before that a huge prime was found by another project so we weren't the largest on the May 2 report.
it has been 12 days since the last report based on that i reckon we will catch up to 12121 Search in about 2 months with GFN 2^17 Sieving project soon following
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Old 2008-06-13, 21:36   #27
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We've been the fastest gaining since the May 6 report, between April 16 and May 2 before that a huge prime was found by another project so we weren't the largest on the May 2 report.
You beat me to the punch Mini-Geek. This is what I was going to do next. Thanks for posting.

I think RPS and many larger projects have had some of their larger contributors idle their machines for some of the summer months.

This is a great accomplishment! Our primes are having a significant impact in raising the 5000th prime causing negative scores by other projects. By the end of the year, we should be in 9th or 10th place or possibly higher.

Congrats and thanks to all of our faithful contributors!


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Old 2008-06-23, 08:12   #28
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Mini-Geek, would you post another scores table stats? It looks like RPS edged us out on score for the first time in a while 111-72 since the last posting as of this post. I think they had 3 very large primes.

I'm hoping I'll have at least one or two primes for n>600K from the individual-reservations thread on my machines when I get home to somewhat counter theirs.


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Old 2008-06-23, 19:33   #29
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mini-Geek View Post
For future reference for me or Gary, or anyone else that wants to make this list, once you've got it in OpenOffice Calc and like this, and you're choosing to save, save as a .csv, check Edit filter settings, then say Fixed column width (this is all in OpenOffice). This makes it a lot easier, because I don't have to put a ton of spaces in, just one between the change and the name.
Aw, we lost our winning streak. Did they get a huge prime or just lots of small ones?

Thanks for the analysis.

Oops, it looks like you put in the scores from last time, although the differences appear correct. Can you put the updated stats in? The score between RPS and us is currently 4662-835. You can just copy your last post into another one and then I'll delete the incorrect one.

RPS only gets smaller primes for larger k-values, which take longer to LLR, so the search for those is more limited. They got 3 big primes and 1 HUGE prime:

Here's the one that equalled almost all of ours combined:
81*2^1335675-1 (score 69)

The other three:
291*2^996371-1 (from the tail-end of their 5th drive; score 28)
3539*2^869868-1 (score 19)
167*2^832962-1 (score 16)


Strangely, this adds up to a score of 132 for them but the raising of the 5000th prime dropped them down to their score increase of 111. The same thing happens for all projects including ours.

There is no way to control other projects finding large primes so any win streak that we have is predicated on other projects not finding one for an extended period. The key is that our score gains against most others over a long period of time, which is mostly has with the exception of the one timeframe where several other projects found very large primes all at once.


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Old 2008-06-23, 20:23   #30
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Code:
   +111 Riesel Prime Search                  4662
    +72 PrimeSearch                           835
     +9 Riesel Base 5                         255
     +8 Conjectures 'R Us                      86
     +2 15k*2^n-1 search                      222
      0 GFN 2^15 Sieving project               52
     -1 GFN 2^14 Sieving project               46
     -3 GFN 2^16 Sieving project              261
     -3 Mat's Prime Search                    314
     -8 Les GeneFermiers                      133
     -9 12121 Search                          999
    -10 GFN 2^17 Sieving project             1170
    -20 Yves Gallot's GFN Search Project     2170
    -24 321search                            2688
    -28 The Prime Sierpinski Problem         3034
    -34 Prime Internet Eisenstein Search     1464
    -46 Riesel Sieve Project                 5013
    -50 PrimeGrid                            5373
  -1206 Seventeen or Bust                  133065
 -34189 Great Internet Mersenne Prime     3775056
Code:
 3775056 Great Internet Mersenne Prime     -34189
  133065 Seventeen or Bust                  -1206
    5373 PrimeGrid                            -50
    5013 Riesel Sieve Project                 -46
    4662 Riesel Prime Search                 +111
    3034 The Prime Sierpinski Problem         -28
    2688 321search                            -24
    2170 Yves Gallot's GFN Search Project     -20
    1464 Prime Internet Eisenstein Search     -34
    1170 GFN 2^17 Sieving project             -10
     999 12121 Search                          -9
     835 PrimeSearch                          +72
     314 Mat's Prime Search                    -3
     261 GFN 2^16 Sieving project              -3
     255 Riesel Base 5                         +9
     222 15k*2^n-1 search                      +2
     133 Les GeneFermiers                      -8
      86 Conjectures 'R Us                     +8
      52 GFN 2^15 Sieving project               0
      46 GFN 2^14 Sieving project              -1
For future reference for me or Gary, or anyone else that wants to make this list, once you've got it in OpenOffice Calc and like this, and you're choosing to save, save as a .csv, check Edit filter settings, then say Fixed column width (this is all in OpenOffice). This makes it a lot easier, because I don't have to put a ton of spaces in, just one between the change and the name.
Aw, we lost our winning streak. Did they get a huge prime or just lots of small ones?
Ok, fixed that. I must have deleted the new scores column by accident. I already deleted the source files (with the score from when I pulled the results to make this the first time), so I replaced it with the newest scores. The difference should be minor, if any. I only fixed it in the one where the scores come first, not the change (rather not double the work for something that doesn't really matter).

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Old 2008-07-10, 19:25   #31
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Time for an update:

Scores:
Code:
3740791 Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search by Woltman & Kurowski
 131858 Seventeen or Bust
   6423 Riesel Sieve Project
   5324 PrimeGrid
   4779 Riesel Prime Search
   3007 The Prime Sierpinski Problem
   2664 321search
   2150 Yves Gallot's GFN Search Project
   1430 Prime Internet Eisenstein Search
   1159 GFN 2^17 Sieving project
   1047 12121 Search
    898 PrimeSearch
    311 Mat's Prime Search
    259 GFN 2^16 Sieving project
    253 Riesel Base 5
    220 15k*2^n-1 search
    117 Les GeneFermiers
    110 Conjectures 'R Us
     51 GFN 2^15 Sieving project
     46 GFN 2^14 Sieving project
Differences:
Code:
 +1410 Riesel Sieve Project
  +117 Riesel Prime Search
   +63 PrimeSearch
   +48 12121 Search
   +24 Conjectures 'R Us
     0 GFN 2^14 Sieving project
    -1 GFN 2^15 Sieving project
    -2 GFN 2^16 Sieving project
    -2 Riesel Base 5
    -2 15k*2^n-1 search
    -3 Mat's Prime Search
   -11 GFN 2^17 Sieving project
   -16 Les GeneFermiers
   -20 Yves Gallot's GFN Search Project
   -24 321search
   -27 The Prime Sierpinski Problem
   -34 Prime Internet Eisenstein Search
   -49 PrimeGrid
 -1207 Seventeen or Bust
-34265 Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search by Woltman & Kurowski

RPS had an excellent run of primes helped by their new 6th drive and Riesel Sieve found a huge prime. We're still doing well! Everyone keep those crunchers crunching!


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Old 2008-07-10, 19:52   #32
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I thought everyone might find this interesting. Here is a grand total of scores change since we started the list in this thread:

Code:
+697282 Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search by Woltman & Kurowski
 +10356 PrimeGrid
  +2078 No Prime Left Behind (formerly: PrimeSearch)
  +1775 The Prime Sierpinski Problem
  +1170 Riesel Prime Search
    +99 Conjectures 'R Us
    +65 Free-DC's Prime Search
    +33 Generalized Woodall Prime Search
    -25 GFN 2^15 Sieving project
    -47 15k*2^n-1 search
    -93 321search
   -104 Riesel Base 5
   -125 GFN 2^16 Sieving project
   -156 Mat's Prime Search
   -455 12121 Search
   -579 GFN 2^17 Sieving project
   -644 Riesel Sieve Project
   -928 Prime Internet Eisenstein Search
  -1085 Yves Gallot's GFN Search Project
 -65802 Seventeen or Bust

Many of the top projects found huge primes early on after we started the list. It will take up to 2 years for everything to even out to get a good idea of where we really stand in total.

New comment 2009/06/03: In this past month, we moved into 3rd place on total score change! :-)


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Old 2008-07-24, 20:27   #33
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I guess we were the only project finding more primes than we were dropping off over the last 2 weeks. lol

scores:
Code:
3709184 Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search by Woltman & Kurowski
 130744 Seventeen or Bust
   6369 Riesel Sieve Project
   5283 PrimeGrid
   4766 Riesel Prime Search
   2981 The Prime Sierpinski Problem
   2641 321search
   2132 Yves Gallot's GFN Search Project
   1406 Prime Internet Eisenstein Search
   1149 GFN 2^17 Sieving project
   1038 12121 Search
    936 PrimeSearch
    309 Mat's Prime Search
    257 GFN 2^16 Sieving project
    248 Riesel Base 5
    218 15k*2^n-1 search
    109 Conjectures 'R Us
    106 Les GeneFermiers
     51 GFN 2^15 Sieving project
     46 GFN 2^14 Sieving project
differences:
Code:
    +38 PrimeSearch
      0 GFN 2^14 Sieving project
      0 GFN 2^15 Sieving project
     -1 Conjectures 'R Us
     -2 15k*2^n-1 search
     -2 GFN 2^16 Sieving project
     -2 Mat's Prime Search
     -5 Riesel Base 5
     -9 12121 Search
    -10 GFN 2^17 Sieving project
    -11 Les GeneFermiers
    -13 Riesel Prime Search
    -18 Yves Gallot's GFN Search Project
    -23 321search
    -24 Prime Internet Eisenstein Search
    -26 The Prime Sierpinski Problem
    -41 PrimeGrid
    -54 Riesel Sieve Project
  -1114 Seventeen or Bust
 -31607 Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search by Woltman & Kurowski

I also updated the total differences since we started this thread in the previous post.


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