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Old 2022-07-22, 12:41   #1772
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How embarrassing, I forgot to say which sequences I terminated. They were 38^19, 54^67, 41^68, and 67^74.
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Old 2022-07-23, 10:00   #1773
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Nice work on the update!

Just an FYI, base 1155 all exponents >= 50 of both parities were initialized by me a couple weeks ago.
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How embarrassing, I forgot to say which sequences I terminated. They were 38^19, 54^67, 41^68, and 67^74.
Thank you for this news.
This information will be carried over to the next update around the middle of August.
The no matched parity sequences that end almost always do so on a small prime number, because for there to be a chance of having the parity change, the terms must be small.
The no matched parity sequences that end are therefore very interesting.

As for me, starting tomorrow, I will take a break already announced and I will not have access to any computer during this break.
I will take advantage of it to change my mind before the great harvest and the great analysis, because in general, the period of the great analysis is trying and prevents me from sleeping well: the brain is too much in boiling !
But not yet.
Before : the break !
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Old 2022-07-23, 21:45   #1774
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Have a great time on your break!

For base 1184, I have initialized all open exponents > 34 of both parities. This included two terminations. :-)

There were and still are quite a few down-drivers on the opposite-parity exponents. I got one of them to drop to 25 digits.
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Old 2022-07-25, 00:00   #1775
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Base 1210: All opposite-parity exponents > 34 have been initialized.
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Old 2022-07-27, 19:28   #1776
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I'm running initialization on base 131071. The same parity exponents have been done by others to termination and NOT by me. (See other thread.)

I try to decipher all the noise in the other thread to see if I can finish initializing another base. Perhaps I could get help from EdH.
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Old 2022-07-27, 21:37   #1777
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I could help, but I've been staying away from those three base's mixed parity sequences because I don't know exactly what Jean-Luc has running while on break. From post #564 in the other thread:
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I will only run calculations for the no matched parity sequences for these bases while I am away, nothing on the matched parity sequences.
. . .
To me that kind of meant we should stick with the matched parity only. He may have a bunch of them queued up to complete while he is away. If he's running Aliqueit on a bunch of them, he may be expecting to upload the .elfs when he gets back.
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Old 2022-07-27, 21:59   #1778
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To me that kind of meant we should stick with the matched parity only. He may have a bunch of them queued up to complete while he is away. If he's running Aliqueit on a bunch of them, he may be expecting to upload the .elfs when he gets back.
Oh! Makes me think to stay away from stepping on other toes.
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Old 2022-07-27, 23:02   #1779
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I don't know the status of base 102 and whether Gary may be looking at it, but if we follow with other small composites, would you be interested in initializing 104? I think all the smallest primes left are too big to consider right now.
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Old 2022-07-28, 10:20   #1780
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I won't do anything with base 102 or initializing any other new base until we know for sure what we are going to do next.
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Old 2022-07-28, 12:03   #1781
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Starting to initialize base 104.
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Old 2022-07-28, 13:56   #1782
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Starting to initialize base 104.
I'll be tied up for a while today, but let me know if you still need some help later on.
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