This is no great revelation post, merely a progress report. See the script below, which is an automation of the procedure I am using and analyzing so far. It’s not nearly the quickest – I expect extreme slowness for anything remotely near the RSA challenge number! – but it’s a starting point which I will modify upon discovery of ways to use the patterns created by the integer floors of the sqrt(Discriminant) values for the series of polynomials I am solving here.

# #!/usr/bin/perl

use strict;

use warnings;

use POSIX qw/ceil/;

use POSIX qw/floor/;

my $m = $ARGV[0];

print “Factoring $m…\n”;

my $s = ceil( sqrt( $m ) );

my $r = $s * $s – $m;

my $b = 0;

my $c = 0 – $r;

my $disc = $b * $b – 4 * $c;

my $rdisc = sqrt( $disc );

my $frdisc = floor( $rdisc );

while ( $frdisc != $rdisc ) {

$b++;

$c -= $s;

$disc = $b * $b – 4 * $c;

$rdisc = sqrt( $disc );

$frdisc = floor( $rdisc );

}

print “Factorization found at n = $b, Root(D) = $rdisc.\n”;

print “p = “, $s + 0.5 * ( $b – $rdisc ), “; q = “, $s + 0.5 * ( $b + $rdisc );

print “\n”;

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