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Old 2009-09-26, 12:26   #1
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Could someone please re-run the missing lines from sequence 283752? In the DB it is at line 639, 80 digits, but Wieb Bosma's page says that he has advanced it to line 6413, 104 digits. This is the only sequence above 6000 lines that we don't have the full data for; it may also be the only one above 5000 lines.
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Old 2009-09-26, 13:34   #2
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I will do that!
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Old 2009-09-27, 06:05   #3
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Could someone please re-run the missing lines from sequence 283752? In the DB it is at line 639, 80 digits, but Wieb Bosma's page says that he has advanced it to line 6413, 104 digits. This is the only sequence above 6000 lines that we don't have the full data for; it may also be the only one above 5000 lines.
thats strange i noticed it the same day
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Old 2009-09-27, 09:13   #4
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thats strange i noticed it the same day
not really!

i got the data shown on the summary pages for that range from the page from W.Bosma, but only got the data for upload in the FactoringDatabase from W.Creyaufmueller upto mostly 80 digits.
this one is a seq with high index and present in the Records table.

for example seq 282276 is also not complete in the DB: shown at index 4556 but in DB only to index 909!

it's too much work to update that range with 2 given values for the index like 283752.

i hope sometimes W.Bosma will provide his results here.
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Old 2009-09-27, 12:35   #5
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not really!

i got the data shown on the summary pages for that range from the page from W.Bosma, but only got the data for upload in the FactoringDatabase from W.Creyaufmueller upto mostly 80 digits.
this one is a seq with high index and present in the Records table.

for example seq 282276 is also not complete in the DB: shown at index 4556 but in DB only to index 909!

it's too much work to update that range with 2 given values for the index like 283752.

i hope sometimes W.Bosma will provide his results here.
i meant it was strange that we both noticed on the same day
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Old 2009-09-28, 18:20   #6
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for example seq 282276 is also not complete in the DB: shown at index 4556 but in DB only to index 909!

OK, I'll reserve 282276 and take it to at least 100 digits. I also "officially" reserved it in the reservations thread.
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Old 2009-10-02, 04:57   #7
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I've now completed the "little request" for sequence 283752 up to i=6413. I'll continue on for a little while until I hit a hard C>100 factor.

Within a week or so, I'll work on filling in 282276.

Once I finish my current reservations (~20 sequences left), I'll assist with more "fill in" efforts such as this. I like to see the "holes" get filled in...a carry over from the NPLB project.

Last fiddled with by gd_barnes on 2009-10-02 at 05:01
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Old 2009-10-02, 06:22   #8
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Once I finish my current reservations (~20 sequences left), I'll assist with more "fill in" efforts such as this. I like to see the "holes" get filled in...a carry over from the NPLB project.
i have the same feeling about aliquot sequences
again from the NPLB project
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Old 2009-10-07, 18:13   #9
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282276 and 283752 have now been fully filled in and then some.
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