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Old 2010-10-17, 12:40   #12
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There are now 39 assigned dc exponents remaining less than 22M.
Are these antique "assigned" things fossilized or are
they trying to clarify non-matching residues?

I've tried the Mersenne Wiki but it is full of Cheeseheadspeak.
Dyslexics like me like a higher signaltonoise ratio

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"I'm sorry, I'll feel that again" (viz a viz Braille)
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Old 2010-10-17, 13:02   #13
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Are these antique "assigned" things fossilized or are
they trying to clarify non-matching residues?

I've tried the Mersenne Wiki but it is full of Cheeseheadspeak.
Dyslexics like me like a higher signaltonoise ratio

David

PS In the immortal words or Peter Cook:
"I'm sorry, I'll feel that again" (viz a viz Braille)
Dunno. Maybe poached tests included? 3rd tests because of error codes?
Anyone care to explain?
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Old 2010-10-17, 17:00   #14
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September 21, 2010: The trial factoring wavefront hits 77M.
October 17, 2010: The trial factoring wavefront hits 78M.

That's 26 days for 1M. ETA to hit 79.3M: November 20, 2010.
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Old 2010-10-17, 18:45   #15
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October 17, 2010: The trial factoring wavefront hits 78M.

That's 26 days for 1M. ETA to hit 79.3M: November 20, 2010.
Yeah, but no P-1 and the minor detail of the last bit of TF.

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Old 2010-10-17, 19:09   #16
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Yeah, but no P-1 and the minor detail of the last bit of TF.

David
I'm actually more interested in what will happen to V4 clients once we're only dealing with exponents they cannot handle...
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Old 2010-10-18, 11:54   #17
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I'm actually more interested in what will happen to V4 clients once we're only dealing with exponents they cannot handle...
I guess they will have to run extra tf on numbers below 79.3M
Is this tf wavefront including tf before p-1? If not then this could actually be helpful by doing some of that.
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Old 2010-11-03, 05:32   #18
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Countdown to testing all exponents below M(32582657) once: 2
Countdown to testing all exponents below M(37156667) once: 4
Countdown to proving M(24036583) is the 41st Mersenne Prime: 1,466
Countdown to proving M(25964951) is the 42nd Mersenne Prime: 31,544
Now less than 1000 left to prove M41.
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Countdown to testing all exponents below M(32582657) once: 2
Countdown to testing all exponents below M(37156667) once: 4
Countdown to proving M(24036583) is the 41st Mersenne Prime: 997
Countdown to proving M(25964951) is the 42nd Mersenne Prime: 28,240
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Old 2010-11-03, 09:08   #19
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There are now 39 assigned dc exponents remaining less than 22M.
There are now 33 assigned dc exponents remaining less than 22M.
My spreadsheet with a regression line seems to be pretty consistent. It has been saying may 2012 for getting down to 0.5 remaining since I started it.

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Old 2010-11-13, 06:29   #20
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October 17, 2010: The trial factoring wavefront hits 78M.

That's 26 days for 1M.
November 12, 2010: The trial factoring wavefront hits 79M.

That's 26 days for 1M, again.
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Old 2010-11-29, 00:12   #21
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Now less than 1000 left to prove M41.
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Countdown to testing all exponents below M(32582657) once: 2
Countdown to testing all exponents below M(37156667) once: 4
Countdown to proving M(24036583) is the 41st Mersenne Prime: 997
Countdown to proving M(25964951) is the 42nd Mersenne Prime: 28,240
Now less than 700 and the other 2 are cut in half.
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Countdown to testing all exponents below M(32582657) once: 1
Countdown to testing all exponents below M(37156667) once: 2
Countdown to proving M(24036583) is the 41st Mersenne Prime: 698
Countdown to proving M(25964951) is the 42nd Mersenne Prime: 25,341
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Old 2010-12-02, 17:33   #22
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There are now 33 assigned dc exponents remaining less than 22M.
My spreadsheet with a regression line seems to be pretty consistent. It has been saying may 2012 for getting down to 0.5 remaining since I started it.
There are now 30 assigned dc exponents remaining less than 22M.
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