Message boards : NFS Discussion : 3,607- factors
The composite cofactor of 3,607- was the product of 85-digit, 96-digit, and 110-digit prime numbers:
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Is this number be factored use degree 6, I notice the poly of 6,379+ is
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Simulations of the entire sieving range yield more relations for a degree 6 polynomial than for a degree 7, even for an upcoming 310 digit number.
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Is this number be factored use degree 6, ...
I'm somewhat curious as to which article you were reading; you're
most likely careful about sources, but the phrase "I read it on the
internet" (which you didn't use, I know) is often followed by info
that's not very reliable.
Another possible issue is that the 16e siever we're currently using
has some improvements (and/or corrections) in the assembly code due
to our friend Batalov. The initial source code of Franke/Kleinjung
is not very portable, and notoriously intricate, so that even a usually
reliable author may not have had the best code to work with. Establishing
a well docummented public source of data is one of the points of this
boinc project. There are very few public SNFS factorizations above
difficulty 280; and the author is quite likely making use of relatively
limited simulations, rather than examining the "entire sieving range yield".
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OK, Here is a somewhat more detail information.
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Here is the article title and the journal name.
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