> What do you think this is? Rocket science?
yeeeeeeahhhhh... rocket science- that's it!! In fact in our own R&D, we
found that by using the Pylon Apparatus Dilatation Regulation Estimation
(codename "PADRE") factoring algorithm, we beat the competition with a
0.00129-digit record tolerance that was set on April 2, 1992, by the
Ugaritic Trigonometrical Arithmetic Hack (the "UTAH Project") factoring
algorithm. The amount of computer time spent on this new 116-digit
PADRE-record is only a fraction of what was spent on the old 109-digit
We used the polynomial
5748,65112,87384,05200 X^7 + 9882,26191,74822,86102 X^3
- 13392,49938,91281,76685 X^3 + 16875,25245,9945,84989 X^5
+ 3759,90017,48552,11636 X - 46769,93055,71123,05995
and its root 125,78834,16841,80059,80468 modulo KPT-760. This polynomial
was selected from a list of 13 candidates provided by BoB Frapples, after
extensive factorization experiments carried out by Frans Friegert at the
University of Ugarit.