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Old 2018-12-13, 22:25   #1629
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Quote:
Originally Posted by VBCurtis View Post
Aliquot sequence 3366:i2183 is a C196 that is ready for GNFS:
Code:
8915368211656556990371631798977588135050731989294422390223244172093242398883796971202480932743367251871592723703242961940017754237147099943136947760081921684863663687415781282804315570869806914839
I'll take 5M-7M for msieve-GPU.
Looking forward through this thread, the lowest search value for c5 appears to be 4M unless I missed something. Now going to search down low for a poly.

Searching c5<1M for this C196.

Last fiddled with by swellman on 2018-12-14 at 20:58
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Old 2018-12-14, 23:17   #1630
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Default C196 polys

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Originally Posted by swellman View Post
Code:
R0: -3840608211420290837343696754540663211
R1: 1067302768992400663
A0: 84021083646579017197275583944913048249626942000
A1: 7002382317437570301322318248144328275530
A2: 238371955151627600564911100531
A3: -585653349373564414844362
A4: 131461809448404
A5: 9212112
skew 160392006.96, size 1.199e-18, alpha -8.501, combined = 1.913e-14 rroots = 5
Also found
Code:
# norm 1.392635e-18 alpha -8.397091 e 1.866e-14 rroots 5
skew: 160308765.29
c0: 29372393526241707685566126469236507594324168255
c1: 6949262817115824198812193219818170738742
c2: -9634780342855030283157274286671
c3: -579752271516478568658106
c4: 391389425884164
c5: 9212112
Y0: -3840608211414267865309499139898840838
Y1: 1067302768992400663
I am done with this search.

I can't spin any of these polys, sorry.
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Old 2018-12-26, 23:08   #1631
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Default C196 Poly

Code:
R0: -220417446187730152811034890674874515120
R1: 1463058040499096453
A0: -6218640437720962149540063286403620295361551937477
A1: 7027700339242943542391015888951385546770
A2: 265933226030586241216984188713802
A3: -167174313332248827908946
A4: -561639425001605
A5: 17136
skew 753462443.73, size 2.451e-19, alpha -7.368, combined = 7.133e-15 rroots = 5
Still chugging away...
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Old 2018-12-30, 15:48   #1632
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Maybe worth mentioning.
Code:
R0: -57686894312489547681608491136607860561
R1: 7463021076917320483
A0: -2717148281766533514028426820340231854897294952660
A1: 76795941517735165128681321837737262301748
A2: 879176726777071326405049988062427
A3: -4049140059512592849750718
A4: -13549862534938932
A5: 13955760
skew 263111083.10, size 2.693e-19, alpha -8.913, combined = 7.585e-15 rroots = 5
Continuing with 14-15M.
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Old 2018-12-30, 15:50   #1633
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Do we have enough to start test sieving or should I keep running a bit more?
Code:
R0: -3711172494968368840291162503624270085
R1: 692260847032605563
A0: -4532727248430330259850973645175087902061531104
A1: 527132760441394926926567276252813487840
A2: 24254799761111260227386105534594
A3: -1158151708401250899932119
A4: -4668994772062102
A5: 10934616
skew 75503065.88, size 1.046e-18, alpha -8.170, combined = 1.731e-14 rroots = 5
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Old 2018-12-30, 16:09   #1634
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Do we have enough to start test sieving or should I keep running a bit more?
Code:
R0: -3711172494968368840291162503624270085
R1: 692260847032605563
A0: -4532727248430330259850973645175087902061531104
A1: 527132760441394926926567276252813487840
A2: 24254799761111260227386105534594
A3: -1158151708401250899932119
A4: -4668994772062102
A5: 10934616
skew 75503065.88, size 1.046e-18, alpha -8.170, combined = 1.731e-14 rroots = 5
No I think we are good. I’ve test sieved the results to date but will test this last poly and then submit to 15e. Thanks for all your work.
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Old 2019-01-05, 09:46   #1635
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Nothing better. (14-15M compete.) Continuing with 1-2M.
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Old 2019-01-08, 02:42   #1636
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An early flare from a low flying A5.
Code:
R0: -95332992741341936606474914082728668227
R1: 14436822084736045567
A0: -12873877181046655325262909557698229842803895062720
A1: 19873986891136154380294341241649134222008
A2: 316642133347330410951925748063818
A3: -562859146125984737691467
A4: -1771861128265562
A5: 1132200
skew 506076769.30, size 3.041e-19, alpha -8.409, combined = 8.275e-15 rroots = 3
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Old 2019-01-08, 03:30   #1637
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An early flare from a low flying A5.
Code:
R0: -95332992741341936606474914082728668227
R1: 14436822084736045567
A0: -12873877181046655325262909557698229842803895062720
A1: 19873986891136154380294341241649134222008
A2: 316642133347330410951925748063818
A3: -562859146125984737691467
A4: -1771861128265562
A5: 1132200
skew 506076769.30, size 3.041e-19, alpha -8.409, combined = 8.275e-15 rroots = 3
A new record! Can Max possibly improve this even more?
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Old 2019-01-08, 23:25   #1638
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Default C196 poly -- new record

Quote:
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An early flare from a low flying A5.
Code:
R0: -95332992741341936606474914082728668227
R1: 14436822084736045567
A0: -12873877181046655325262909557698229842803895062720
A1: 19873986891136154380294341241649134222008
A2: 316642133347330410951925748063818
A3: -562859146125984737691467
A4: -1771861128265562
A5: 1132200
skew 506076769.30, size 3.041e-19, alpha -8.409, combined = 8.275e-15 rroots = 3
Just for you, guys!
Code:
Y0: -95332992741302552089618429066259158207
Y1: 28873644169472091134
c0: -1602164341094964510764340691412251021235225860680
c1: 5397228466333220416788628217125102229142
c2: 155978351099455933179198753806279
c3: -582109858155030654770347
c4: -3512835161211124
c5: 4528800
skew: 253377086.20
# size 3.045e-19, alpha -8.410, combined = 8.337e-15 rroots = 3
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Old 2019-01-09, 19:28   #1639
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Default 2,2158M C193 poly

Hi all,


Can I request some support to search for a poly for the 2,2158M C193 composite.


Code:
1199517686997720052463260156555823490990359606388036659013845930053759689054395887146987141755336505736835262201766633512318399771997599300219243905338536996074135237371865199235615263162645977

Which siever to use I will leave this to the experts ( 32-bit LP vs 33-bit LP, 15e vs 16e).


Than you in advance.


Carlos
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