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 2006-01-15, 13:23 #1 R.D. Silverman     Nov 2003 22×5×373 Posts 2 minus table: 2,781- I finished 2,781- C158 = p69.p90 370549646190282993458807249710605687589893787382049438311221836912017 208330322620970625559449619171017280681294575846766796187666540066563147519451746148400079 NFSNET is about 60% (??) done with the linear algebra for 2,761- and Kleinjung is sieving 2,793-. This will leave only 2,787- and 2,799- unfinished under 800 bits. Perhaps someone might take a heavy wack at these with ECM at say the 60 digit level?
2006-01-15, 17:05   #2
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by R.D. Silverman NFSNET is about 60% (??) done with the linear algebra for 2,761- and
At the moment, it is 3982121/6157472 = 64.671% done.

Paul

 2006-01-15, 23:09 #3 Mystwalker     Jul 2004 Potsdam, Germany 3·277 Posts According to the 2- table, even the 50 digit level is only halfway completed for both numbers. I'll see whether I can run some curves on them the next days...
2006-01-16, 00:48   #4
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Quote:
 Originally Posted by Mystwalker According to the 2- table, even the 50 digit level is only halfway completed for both numbers. I'll see whether I can run some curves on them the next days...
Those tables are grossly out of date. Bruce Dodson, if I interpret his
prose correctly, has finished these numbers to the 50 digit level.

Further, ALL of base 2 has been completed to 45 digits (by Bruce)

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