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 2006-04-12, 21:41 #1 EbonezerCabbage   52·223 Posts ECM question from a novice Simply looking at the topics in this thread have made nervous about even asking this here, as i feel like i'm wasting your time, but here goes. I'm writing a paper on factorization methods for large numbers and have hit a rather difficult snag. I was wondering if anyone out there could explain in layman terms how the elliptical curve method for factoring really works. How is it different from Pollard's "p-1" method. I am really looking for a dumbed down version here. It would really help me understand whats going on in my paper.
 2006-04-12, 22:11 #2 Uncwilly 6809 > 6502     """"""""""""""""""" Aug 2003 101×103 Posts 23×1,117 Posts Try the mersenne wiki: http://www.mersennewiki.org/index.ph...c_Curve_Method
2006-04-12, 23:55   #3
R.D. Silverman

Nov 2003

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 Originally Posted by EbonezerCabbage Simply looking at the topics in this thread have made nervous about even asking this here, as i feel like i'm wasting your time, but here goes. I'm writing a paper on factorization methods for large numbers and have hit a rather difficult snag. I was wondering if anyone out there could explain in layman terms how the elliptical curve method for factoring really works. How is it different from Pollard's "p-1" method. I am really looking for a dumbed down version here. It would really help me understand whats going on in my paper.

 2006-04-13, 00:03 #4 philmoore     "Phil" Sep 2002 Tracktown, U.S.A. 2·13·43 Posts Take a look at this thread: http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=194

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