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Old 2010-06-02, 07:48   #67
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So sounds like Eurocrypt gets the RSA768 paper?
It's not here. Not sure where it will appear. Crypto, perhaps, or Asiacrypt?


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Old 2010-06-02, 14:32   #68
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It's not here. Not sure where it will appear. Crypto, perhaps, or Asiacrypt?


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It's on the program for Crypto. rather more specifically at 10:55 Aug. 17th.
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Old 2010-08-18, 00:30   #69
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It's on the program for Crypto. rather more specifically at 10:55 Aug. 17th.
Just to be complete:
Emmanuel Thome gave the presentation today. With focus on parallel block Wiedemann used in the Linear Algebra.
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Old 2010-09-05, 18:17   #70
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The fourth factor has 68 digits.
Code:
5949  2,1139- c313 12947560801881275212486900476122097688373975262784709656768032387833. p246 Bos+Kleinjung+AKLenstra+Montgomery ECMNET
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Old 2010-09-05, 22:18   #71
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The fourth factor has 68 digits.
Code:
5949  2,1139- c313 12947560801881275212486900476122097688373975262784709656768032387833. 
p246 Bos+Kleinjung+AKLenstra+Montgomery ECMNET
This would be the fifth BKLM factor (after the new coding). Plus the first
of the two p63's, listed just as Bos+Kleinjung, which is also B1=3e9/PS3/epfl.
There's also a Bos/Kleinjung p61 found with B1=260e6, which wasn't listed
on the epfl report of PS3 factors. That one was after the first p63/PS3, but
before the recoding. All but the p61 and the new p68 are easy to find;
listed in the top10.

Thanks for the early report! (Ah; from Sam's page. The above is from
the ECMNET reports.) -Bruce

(bumps my smaller p62.)

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Old 2010-09-06, 06:22   #72
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Thanks for the correction. I forgot the actual fourth factor by BKLM because it was reported on another thread.
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Old 2010-09-06, 06:34   #73
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It looks like it was a big luck, found the p66 divisor at the 624th(?) curve (B1=3e9).
Actually, for 2^1073-1, BKLM ran ~25,000 stage 1 on the PS3 cluster (plus an addition 1,460 stage 2 on conventional computers).
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Old 2010-10-18, 14:54   #74
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The fourth factor has 68 digits.
Code:
5949  2,1139- c313 12947560801881275212486900476122097688373975262784709656768032387833. p246 Bos+Kleinjung+AKLenstra+Montgomery ECMNET
Here's the (n+1)st:
Code:
p59=46654722984595033623595915319018639089714063407438899506169
2^937-1  C212	260e9	260003949	2010-10-18  BKLM
That's B1 = 2.6e11 ... a large new jump again. Just in; I haven't seen
the cofactor (Sam's page isn't updated yet; this is from the ecmnet
cgi page.) -Bruce

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Old 2010-10-18, 15:06   #75
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Here's the (n+1)st:
Code:
p59=46654722984595033623595915319018639089714063407438899506169
2^937-1  C212	260e9	260003949	2010-10-18  BKLM
That's B1 = 2.6e11 ... a large new jump again. Just in; I haven't seen
the cofactor (Sam's page isn't updated yet; this is from the ecmnet
cgi page.) -Bruce

The cofactor is prime.
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Old 2010-10-18, 15:14   #76
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The cofactor is prime.
It's interesting that a p59 was missed at 3 x 10^9......
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Old 2010-10-18, 17:59   #77
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It's interesting that a p59 was missed at 3 x 10^9......
I had a previous p57 ... does seem like the p59 could have been found
earlier. But do we know that 2,937- had a full run with B1=3e9? -Bruce
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