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Is integer factorization harder than RSA ($n=pq$) factorization?
@KotelKanim If $n$ is not decomposable into a product $pq$ of two primes, then RSA oracle will terminate (in polytime) with the answer NONE (or 'false' if you wish).
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Is integer factorization harder than RSA ($n=pq$) factorization?
@François: Well, fair enough.
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Fast algorithms for computing nullspace of a positive semidefinite matrix over Z
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Fast algorithms for computing nullspace of a positive semidefinite matrix over Z
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Smallest prime that does not divide the Vandermonde determinant
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Smallest prime that does not divide the Vandermonde determinant
Yes. Consider the primes in the range [2 .. d]. Some of them will divide V, other won't. I want the smallest prime p that does not divide V.
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Smallest prime that does not divide the Vandermonde determinant
I'm looking for a prime $p < n$ such that $p \nmid V$. It is the case that a_1 = 1 (actually, 1 = a_1 < .. < a_n = d and d >> n).
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Smallest prime that does not divide the Vandermonde determinant
Clearance.
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Smallest prime that does not divide the Vandermonde determinant
Typ: < instead of <=
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Smallest prime that does not divide the Vandermonde determinant
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Matrix version of Berlekamp Massey algorithm
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Does “Algebraic numbers coloured by degree” form a fractal?
Fair enough. Thanks for the clarification.
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