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Old 2005-01-18, 14:31   #1
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Code:
Size	Base	Index	+	Diff.	Ratio		
277	3	668	+	318.7	0.867	
247	3	674	+	321.5	0.766	
256	3	683	+	325.8	0.784	
277	3	692	+	330.1	0.837		
302	3	701	+	334.4	0.901	
327	3	709	+	338.2	0.965	
330	3	712	+	339.7	0.969	
264	3	716	+	341.6	0.771	
222	3	718	+	342.5	0.646	
333	3	719	+	343	0.969	
286	3	722	+	344.4	0.828	
316	3	727	+	346.8	0.909	
256	3	737	+	319.6	0.8	/11
341	3	743	+	354.5	0.96	
337	3	746	+	355.9	0.945	
204	3	748	+	324.4	0.65	/11
306	3	752	+	358.7	0.851	
279	3	757	+	361.1	0.923	
285	3	758	+	361.6	0.786	
262	3	760	+	290	0.901	/5
363	3	764	+	364.5	0.994	
308	3	767	+	337.8	0.91	/13
321	3	769	+	366.9	0.873	
317	3	772	+	368.3	0.859	
288	3	773	+	368.8	0.779	
223	3	775	+	295.8	0.752	/5
282	3	784	+	320.6	0.877	/7
293	3	785	+	299.6	0.976	/5
357	3	787	+	375.4	0.949	
371	3	794	+	378.8	0.978	
372	3	797	+	380.2	0.976
325	3	802	+	382.6	0.848	
231	3	803	+	348.2	0.661	/11q
252	3	805	+	329.2	0.763	/7
380	3	809	+	385.9	0.983	
262	3	814	+	353	0.74	/11q
293	3	815	+	311	0.94	/5q
358	3	818	+	390.2	0.915	
218	3	820	+	312.9	0.694	/5q
319	3	821	+	391.7	0.813	
355	3	823	+	392.6	0.902	
362	3	824	+	393.1	0.919	
324	3	826	+	337.8	0.957	/7
285	3	829	+	395.5	0.719	
285	3	830	+	316.8	0.898	/5q
290	3	832	+	366.4	0.79	/13
238	3	833	+	340.6	0.697	/7
374	3	838	+	399.8	0.934	
358	3	839	+	400.3	0.893	
364	3	842	+	401.7	0.904	
290	3	845	+	372.2	0.779	/13

Last fiddled with by Batalov on 2020-05-16 at 02:37 Reason: 3,662+ is done
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Old 2005-01-18, 14:32   #2
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Below are unofficial extended tables, just for reference:
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Size	Base	Index	LM	Diff.	Ratio	Notes
228	3	1707	L	271.4	0.838
204	3	1707	M	271.4	0.750
268	3	1713	M	272.4	0.982
261	3	1719	L	273.3	0.953
254	3	1719	M	273.3	0.927
223	3	1731	L	275.2	0.808
250	3	1731	M	275.2	0.907
237	3	1737	L	276.2	0.856
239	3	1749	L	278.1	0.858
177	3	1755	L	223.2	0.759	/5q
277	3	1761	L	280.0	0.987
215	3	1767	M	281.0	0.763
249	3	1773	L	281.9	0.881
274	3	1791	L	284.8	0.960
254	3	1797	M	285.8	0.890
FactorDB::3LM

Last fiddled with by Batalov on 2018-06-29 at 21:34 Reason: 3,1725M and 3,1779M are factored
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Old 2005-10-25, 17:22   #3
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7400 curves at B1=44M on 3,452+. Adds 0.965715 to p50 and 0.147614 to p55.
9205 curves at B1=44M on 3,463+. Adds 1.2 to p50 and 0.18342 to p55.
6346 curves at B1=44M on 3,545+ c143. Adds 4.89282 to p45, 0.82727 to p50 and 0.12645 to p55.

Alex

Edit: these are done.

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Old 2005-10-29, 05:55   #4
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9736 curves at B1=44M on 3,479+ c197. Adds 1.26633 to p50 and 0.19356 to p55.

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Old 2005-10-31, 05:37   #5
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3,497+:

Code:
Probable prime factor 1 has 47 digits:
13220422274071910215876252468819242538756902481
Probable prime factor 2 has 145 digits:
1028248914155777647603823817612964181123625935969578906286713681161305282458188916457982024457562913249540388063995686960347365376871312962422643
ECM miss.

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Old 2005-10-31, 17:37   #6
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Quote:
Originally Posted by akruppa
3,497+:

Code:
Probable prime factor 1 has 47 digits:
13220422274071910215876252468819242538756902481
Probable prime factor 2 has 145 digits:
1028248914155777647603823817612964181123625935969578906286713681161305282458188916457982024457562913249540388063995686960347365376871312962422643
ECM miss.

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I see that you deleted the entry for 3,497+, but did not update the
curve counts/probabilities for the other numbers you did. Will you update
the curve counts?
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I'd rather not, unless someone actually wants me to. I plan to do the numbers I ran curves on so far by NFS shortly anyway.

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9180 curves at B1=44M and 3400 at B1=110M on 3,499+. Adds 2.27437 to p50, 0.372878 to p55 and 0.055737 to p60.

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I think it is simpler for one person to update the curve counts. I maintain a database on my computer and run a script periodically to generate new curve counts. I think that is much handier than having every person who runs curve counts make changes to the table in three rows per exponent.
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Originally Posted by garo
I think it is simpler for one person to update the curve counts. I maintain a database on my computer and run a script periodically to generate new curve counts. I think that is much handier than having every person who runs curve counts make changes to the table in three rows per exponent.
I agree. However, I must ask: "how you get the information regarding
work that has been done?". Bruce Dodson, for example has indicated
in an email to Alex (if I interpret his words correctly) that all Cunningham
numbers less than 260 digits have been fully tested (work = 1.0) to the
45 digit level. But he has not publically announced this. He has also done
a lot of work at the 50 digit level, but again, he has not announced the
precise nature of his level of effort.

The only reason I discuss this is that it is nice, for those of us doing NFS,
to know that numbers have been sufficiently tested to proceed with NFS.
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Old 2005-11-02, 09:35   #11
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I usually get information from Bruce directly or through intermediaries such as Paul Leyland, akruppa or rogue. With someone like Bruce who puts in a huge amount of ECM testing it is easier to keep track of his work - though his email can sometimes be cryptically worded ;) - it is a bit harder with all the small contributors.
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