
II seirtemmyS lufraeF
Advertisements Factor, factor, burning bright, In some wavelength beyond light, For you I seek, frustrated. Is all my work illfated?

Fearful Symmetries
Advertisements Sometimes, to look at fearful symmetries, I just need typeset graphics, if you please.

Integer Factorization: Update for 21 March 2023
Advertisements This update refers to concepts defined in earlier posts, without explaining them extensively here. I have placed links at the bottom of this post to recent explanatory posts. In designing my most recent approach, I produced a twodimensional travel path taken by successive remainders c2m, (c+1)2m, … (c+n)2m, … where m is the odd…

A Method of Construction and a Theorem for Integer Factorization
Advertisements By J. Calvin Smith, B.A., Mathematics, Georgia College, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States of America (1979) – Retired Member, American Mathematical Society Written 14 March 2023 at Mountain River Chalet (the author’s home), Talking Rock, Georgia, USA. The following definitions, theorem, and construction are the end result of research by the author into factorization of…

Integer Factorization: An Informal Report
Advertisements Here is an informal article, in PDF, about the work I’ve done lately, including some of the new revelations about which I’ve blogged.

Integer Factorization: Going Forward
Advertisements What do I do next? Well, I’m inclined to think I should look at how I’m making the Zone Jumps, which don’t get bigger as rapidly as I’d like, into multiZone jumps that do. This will involve understanding the quadratic increase of the numerators of the intercept points with Zone boundaries, and the linear…

Integer Factorization: Revision to jumpfactor.pl, March 8, 2023
Advertisements I added a usage line, and also programmed the loop to look only at numerators which are even, cutting the number of iterations of the main loop in half. Thus repurposed variable “idx” as the Zone number, and added another variable to serve as the iteration counter. The revised code will be, and will…