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steveb3210 (Stephen Blackstone)

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02/20/2020

07:19 PM Ruby master Feature #16468: Switch to Miller-Rabin for Prime.prime?
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07:18 PM Ruby master Feature #16468: Switch to Miller-Rabin for Prime.prime?
Dan0042 (Daniel DeLorme) wrote in #note-15:
> I think it would be interesting to expose the algorithm for larger num...
steveb3210 (Stephen Blackstone)
05:45 AM Ruby master Feature #16468: Switch to Miller-Rabin for Prime.prime?
- Add bounds check
- Add test
steveb3210 (Stephen Blackstone)

01/05/2020

02:05 AM Ruby master Feature #16468: Switch to Miller-Rabin for Prime.prime?
On second thought, I think Marc is right, we can't ruin someones day with a composite without a warning that theres a... steveb3210 (Stephen Blackstone)
01:23 AM Ruby master Feature #16468: Switch to Miller-Rabin for Prime.prime?
marcandre (Marc-Andre Lafortune) wrote:
> Interesting. We might as well always return the correct result, i.e. apply...
steveb3210 (Stephen Blackstone)

01/04/2020

07:19 PM Ruby master Feature #16468: Switch to Miller-Rabin for Prime.prime?
Attached is an implementation against master.... steveb3210 (Stephen Blackstone)

12/30/2019

07:27 PM Ruby master Feature #16468 (Open): Switch to Miller-Rabin for Prime.prime?
The miller-rabin algorithm is a non-deterministic primality test, however it is known that below 2**64, you can alway... steveb3210 (Stephen Blackstone)

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