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*To*: [email protected]*Subject*: Re: if-comp: Project to make Fact true (fwd)*From*: [email protected]*Date*: Tue, 17 Oct 1995 21:41:46 -0400 (EDT)*In-Reply-To*: <[email protected]>*Sender*: [email protected]

This is the exact wording of the claim from my previous post (there are also a few other crypto claims being traded). Fact [comp] 512 Bit number factored by '97 Before 1997 GMT a number of the following form will have been factored. The number must be at least 512 bits long, and be the product of two primes, each at least 200 bits long. The factoring method must not rely on any special properties of the number (except the fact that there are only two factors). In particular, if the factors were chosen by the group doing the factoring, then the technique must not have used any information about the particular factors chosen. The result must be published in a reputable journal. The paper must include a description of how the factoring was accomplished. The result must be reproducible, at least in theory (it need not have been reproduced). To be judged one year later to allow time for publication. Note: 512 bit number means number >= 2^511 A project to factor 512 bit number might not qualify because the factors are too small or there are 3 factors. They will know before you. Owner: [email protected], Wording changes allowed by Owner Posted to: sci.crypt, Interval: monthly Judge by: TBD on 98/1/1 Plot price data as GIF or ASCII _________________________________________________________________ Go to the list of claims. Go to the introductory page. _________________________________________________________________ Meta Disclaimer: this is not real money (all other disclaimers are superfluous)... Mark James ([email protected]) Last update Monday, 16-Oct-95 03:01:27

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