I think it's fair to say that many of the `serious' members of the group (i.e.
excluding the spammers and the Goldbach provers) have a copy of the book
`Prime Numbers: A Computational Perspective' by R. Crandall & C. Pomerance.
While the book is very useful, some results are deferred to the exercises.
This is a good compromise for books like `The Art of Computer Programming' by
Donald Knuth, where answers to the exercises are provided in the back of the
book. Unfortunately, no answers are provided to the exercises in C&P's book.
This is where an idea struck me: we could set up a collaborative web page (a
`wiki') where members of this group and others could submit their solutions
to the book's exercises. This could become a very useful resource, and if we
manage to solve all of the book's problems, we might even pledge the authors
of the book to include the solutions in a future edition, or at least make it
an official resource and reference it in the book so it can help future
Unfortunately, I do not have web hosting space for this wiki, but perhaps
someone could donate this?
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