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Re: [PrimeNumbers] Digest Number 1688

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  • Phil Carmody
    ... Jonathan - thank you so much. I didn t think that they d be lsot for ever, but I was certainly worried when they dropped off the internet for about a year.
    Message 1 of 3 , Aug 2 12:05 AM
      --- "Jonathan A. Zylstra" <jon@...> wrote:
      > Phil Carmody wrote:
      > > > By the way, what's the story on your ECM server? Do you have an
      > > > explanatory web page somewhere - ie; what is it's purpose?
      > >
      > > ... <http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/%7EKC2H-MSM/cn/>
      > >
      > > MM = Mitsui Morimoto, for n s.t. phi(n)<=200
      > > http://torch.icu.ac.jp/~morimoto/enbunsu/table.html
      > > <http://torch.icu.ac.jp/%7Emorimoto/enbunsu/table.html>
      > >
      > > ...
      > >
      > > The Morimoto tables are now alas homeless. My subset of them
      > > is insignificant in size, so a lot of work has been lost.
      >
      > Doing a little searching, finds Mitsuo Morimoto's table now located at:
      > http://subsite.icu.ac.jp/people/mitsuo/enbunsu/table.html
      >
      > So, fear not for lost work.

      Jonathan - thank you so much. I didn't think that they'd be lsot
      for ever, but I was certainly worried when they dropped off the
      internet for about a year. (The whole department disappeared in
      fact!)

      A quick random check:

      Morimoto:
      (175 320 (4201 812351 3431401 18611296901 119111717551) (C 264))

      Me:
      <<<
      [2005-05-19 09:18:41 GMT] 175_320M.c151_1_1_1_1: probable factor returned by
      pc+ecm@...f.org (kilospaz:v2.0m)! Factor=3443475947048347910631142651469401
      Method=ECM B1=1000000 Sigma=914946167
      [2005-05-19 09:18:41 GMT] 175_320M.c151_1_1_1_1: Probable factor returned by
      pc+ecm@...f.org!
      Factor=2643468431769688548373658229149064300748603125181574277248485451
      Method=ECM B1=1000000 Sigma=914946167
      >>>

      So yup, I'm still breaking new ground.

      Phil


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