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Old 2021-06-18, 17:32   #1992
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 # norm 2.450722e-17 alpha -6.788325 e 1.087e-13 rroots 3
skew: 8466999.21
c0: -31576596726621962067270534349937895116081
c1: 1015686712479942693505549488002097
c2: 34734866555144288126282587943
c3: -2393560759959623745597
c4: 160136574165150
c5: 9975888
Y0: -13810011066288482204314630252250466
Y1: 40409896612564589
Still can’t crack 1.1e-13! Maybe it can be spun up…

Continuing to plug away with msieve-GPU, but I’ll try some CADO in a few days once one of my machines finishes another job.
I've lost all faith in my script. It isn't coming up with anything, but I'm still spinning. It's actually a little slow ATM, since I have a couple machines that are not being used for my factoring projects. I'm letting them spin.
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Old 2021-06-19, 15:09   #1993
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Don't forget the 1.10 score in post #1984. I will be wrapping up my search in the next few hours.
Nothing better showed up. I think it's actually typical for the spin process to return nothing better for an Msieve produced polynomial.
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Old 2021-06-21, 18:10   #1994
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Just finished searching for c5 up to 15M using msieve-GPU and found nothing worth reporting.

Searching 15-18M next.
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Old 2021-06-22, 22:15   #1995
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I'm running Max's spin on your poly and one of the returns seems to have a slightly better score:
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n: 5010968787585504607949192210942377079379285178590004729749207487507787040684433640392691082409304410877720888569557186261540033154512666518900413521876524079689418720554031235001
skew: 3881361.333
c0: -2944202731800882118576731757210220559437
c1: -3313424242648592657030320503043987
c2: -710560917392786210489644113
c3: 1068991642361809268335
c4: 39804926045966
c5: -144300
Y0: -32220411077524735738386511192249062
Y1: 4938884847181032223
cownoise skew and score:
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10611084.65166    1.08968133e-13
But, no really impressive gain.
Hold on. The ones below are just an estimate, they should be better when the polishing is finished.
Code:
Y0: -32220411083405046120712955872436207
Y1: 9877769694362064446
c0: 216292286196425130820063395592935728904
c1: -663625153750483173016446483618157
c2: 2093920856945629646146202544
c3: -877376729300059356975
c4: -81327909536932
c5: 577200
skew: 5892259.90
# size 2.225e-17, alpha -5.440, combined = 1.156e-13 rroots = 3

Y0: -18832158089617517061928418006176877
Y1: 2696011846826902
c0: 20463447447863954033591809479556033972465980
c1: 357866167521388408371427949438686111
c2: -219466176965306155284302004128
c3: 4866791555035473012565
c4: 245820270143184
c5: 8462160
skew: 23443716.08
# size 2.107e-17, alpha -8.912, combined = 1.132e-13 rroots = 1

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Old 2021-06-22, 23:18   #1996
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They don't get better, but at least both are above 1.10.
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Old 2021-06-23, 11:43   #1997
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Oddly, my spin script settled on a poly with the same Murphy_E as the original second one. I'm going to try spinning just the first one by itself to see what it comes back with. Maybe there's something odd about spinning two at once, now. . .

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Old 2021-06-23, 19:41   #1998
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Sam asked NFS@Home to complete the following five numbers by GNFS, so I thought it best to ask for polynomials from the world experts. These will make "easy" numbers for the lasievef queue. Anyone up for the task?

Code:
c190  2,1455+ 1048986109490999718821031158099803559156220834780127548605119979970202887417617297259136595934074295495556093763001044549039558502774476460066588744646951315998860141075555780475360418938001
c192  2,1437- 611107371163848421820450973821345480342912300580293057960322683739827190178101343864102334349705870623975708441513871815511725498435007084961435584007401776001674040834367795099214461176740407
c192  2,1404+ 304845455794257065968778054531074759358711982352774480446619591856836978726981611743504947591028279725109172165580298172672756192472041207653814344520508304324640842761215954476264945447966881
c193  2,2630M 2610587447312528299715041475419278187423084811629780057699696244539734380123086185107934590397221603551592962786504074063152741766781043206936800788048509610853301701793190659924283494241022521
c197  2,2870M 12716446239242105384495886223778969972137929286896767990486922119587563031946761939676139388232272824975631515451161724723244328908683599379523797308580938394307415777602492415472684926177574622941
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Old 2021-06-23, 20:16   #1999
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Sam asked NFS@Home to complete the following five numbers by GNFS, so I thought it best to ask for polynomials from the world experts. These will make "easy" numbers for the lasievef queue. Anyone up for the task?

Code:
c190  2,1455+ 1048986109490999718821031158099803559156220834780127548605119979970202887417617297259136595934074295495556093763001044549039558502774476460066588744646951315998860141075555780475360418938001
c192  2,1437- 611107371163848421820450973821345480342912300580293057960322683739827190178101343864102334349705870623975708441513871815511725498435007084961435584007401776001674040834367795099214461176740407
c192  2,1404+ 304845455794257065968778054531074759358711982352774480446619591856836978726981611743504947591028279725109172165580298172672756192472041207653814344520508304324640842761215954476264945447966881
c193  2,2630M 2610587447312528299715041475419278187423084811629780057699696244539734380123086185107934590397221603551592962786504074063152741766781043206936800788048509610853301701793190659924283494241022521
c197  2,2870M 12716446239242105384495886223778969972137929286896767990486922119587563031946761939676139388232272824975631515451161724723244328908683599379523797308580938394307415777602492415472684926177574622941
2,1455+ is difficulty 234 with a quartic, which should be substantially faster than 190-digit GNFS. Curtis said a while back that he was going to run it; would be worth asking about his progress before reserving.
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Old 2021-06-23, 20:25   #2000
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Oddly, my spin script settled on a poly with the same Murphy_E as the original second one. I'm going to try spinning just the first one by itself to see what it comes back with. Maybe there's something odd about spinning two at once, now. . .
The spin came back a little different, but no better:
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n: 5010968787585504607949192210942377079379285178590004729749207487507787040684433640392691082409304410877720888569557186261540033154512666518900413521876524079689418720554031235001 
Y0: -32220411077524730799501664011216839 
Y1: 9877769694362064446 
c0: 368025755653229415877223736446809759692 
c1: 828356415941805116879109087766211 
c2: 355278855208810147753503156 
c3: -1068991801581512009199 
c4: -79609850648932 
c5: 577200 
skew: 1940680.666 
# lognorm 52.99, E 47.55, alpha -5.44 (proj -1.74), 3 real roots 
# MurphyE(Bf=1.000e+07,Bg=5.000e+06,area=1.000e+16)=1.116e-13
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5319163.26176     1.15494030e-13
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2,1455+ is difficulty 234 with a quartic, which should be substantially faster than 190-digit GNFS. Curtis said a while back that he was going to run it; would be worth asking about his progress before reserving.
Thanks for the catch! Will do.
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Old 2021-06-24, 00:33   #2002
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Just finished searching for c5 up to 15M using msieve-GPU and found nothing worth reporting.

Searching 15-18M next.
Finished searching with nothing new to report.

Running CADO now.
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