By Lenstra H. W.
The quantity box sieve is an set of rules for locating the best elements of enormous integers. It is determined by algebraic quantity thought. Proposed through John Pollard in 1988, the tactic was once utilized in 1990 to issue the 9th Fermat quantity, a 155-digit integer. The set of rules is so much fitted to numbers of a unique shape, yet there's a promising variation that applies quite often. This quantity includes six examine papers that describe the operation of the quantity box sieve, from either theoretical and sensible views. Pollards unique manuscript is integrated. additionally, there's an annotated bibliography of without delay similar literature.
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Development of the Number Field Sieve by Lenstra H. W.