A sieve method for factoring numbers of the form
Author:
Daniel Shanks
Journal:
Math. Comp. 13 (1959), 7886
MSC:
Primary 65.00; Secondary 10.00
MathSciNet review:
0105784
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The most extensive table of all the prime factors of ( up to ) is the unpublished table of J. W. Wrench, Jr. See UMT 1, MTAC, v. I, 1943, p. 26. Recently a 704 program by the author in collaboration with Dr. Wrench raised this limit to 50,000 for a table of the greatest prime factor. However, we now consider that type of program (with trial divisions) to be superseded by the present sieve method.
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 The most extensive table of all the prime factors of ( up to ) is the unpublished table of J. W. Wrench, Jr. See UMT 1, MTAC, v. I, 1943, p. 26. Recently a 704 program by the author in collaboration with Dr. Wrench raised this limit to 50,000 for a table of the greatest prime factor. However, we now consider that type of program (with trial divisions) to be superseded by the present sieve method.
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 G. H. Hardy & J. E. Littlewood, ``Partitio numerorum III: On the expression of a number as a sum of primes,'' Acta Math., v. XLIV, 1923, p. 48.
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DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.1090/S00255718195901057842
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S 00255718(1959)01057842
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© Copyright 1959 American Mathematical Society
