[Ecm-discuss] Re: 5,329-

Paul Zimmermann Paul.Zimmermann at loria.fr
Mar 2 Jan 15:59:03 CET 2007


> From: Robert Silverman <Robert_Silverman at raytheon.com>
> Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2007 09:27:06 -0500
> 
> 5,329- C155 = p76.p80
> 
> p76 = 
> 3625663221570350634568091041714437127962087908478575591859134630145357912199
> p80 = 
> 26260006083469442872923923961750824424140284684245157845565304492699971734367219
> 
> This is the last Cunningham number that I will be able to do for at least 
> a while.
> I no longer have the required CPU resources.
> 
> Bob

Snif, that was the test number we used in GMP-ECM. Now we have to choose
another one. I suggest we choose a 200-digit number, which is the current
gnfs record. Possible candidates are:

10,284+ c200
2,1718M c200
2,1119+ c200
2,2238L c200
2,1128+ c200
11,233+ c200
11,290+ c200

Peter, which ones of those numbers are easier by snfs than gnfs?

I wish all of you plenty of new factors for 2007!

Paul Zimmermann




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