Tag: perl

Factorization Perl Script Update
Advertisements I cleaned up the code for cf_exam.pl just now. Making the script better also made it a little shorter, but I doubt that it is any faster. Anyway, have at it!

Integer Factorization: A New and Very Simple Script
Advertisements A little over a month’s worth of mathematical and numerical study and effort, ending in an amazing week of realization about the structure of numbers and their factors, have led me to a finished product which, despite probably not being revolutionary, leaves me feeling very satisfied about what I have learned, and all the […]

My Integer Factorization Study: Final Report (Google Docs)
Advertisements Here is the link to my Google Docs summary of the mathematical study I have just completed, including all the information in my previous blog post, and more. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1OP7B7STeHaVhFaRU_DfjVCx2QUspB4jvPFUAlyhh8GI/edit?usp=sharing

My Integer Factorization Study: Maybe No New Discoveries, but a Fairly Good Program (I Think)
Advertisements After extensive study, and a great many discoveries which seemed exciting to me but that after investigation boiled down to properties of established concepts, I have been able to construct an algorithm that uses the difference between m and the smallest greater perfect square s to search for appropriate values of c and thus […]

My Number Study: A Short Perl Script for Integer Factorization
Advertisements 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 […]