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Old 2020-11-04, 07:27   #1
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Default who can give me an number field sieve numerical example ?

I know number field sieve is an extension of quadratic sieve ,
and I can understand quadratic sieve well ,
but it is difficult for me to understand number field sieve ,
who can give me an example to understand it ?
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I know number field sieve is an extension of quadratic sieve ,
and I can understand quadratic sieve well ,
but it is difficult for me to understand number field sieve ,
who can give me an example to understand it ?
I have no examples, but the following might help with understanding.

Bai's thesis

Murphy's thesis
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