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comment How do you explain the concept of logarithm to a five year old?
the logarithm of 100 is 2 but the number 100 contains 3 digits. Then how it is possible ?
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comment How to select the values X and Y in the Sieve Of Atkin Algorithm
Thanks for your explanation :)
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comment How to select the values X and Y in the Sieve Of Atkin Algorithm
from the psuedocode for (x, y) in [1, √limit] × [1, √limit]: does it mean in each iteration i need to pick a combination of x and y from [1,√limit(till the number i wanted the prime)] ?
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comment How to select the values X and Y in the Sieve Of Atkin Algorithm
I couldn't be able to understand :( may be by seeing a running example i can get something ...
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comment How to select the values X and Y in the Sieve Of Atkin Algorithm
All numbers, including x and y, are whole numbers (positive integers). what are these x and y ?
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comment Reed Solomon Polynomial Generator
@Jykri: I found one thing to generate the log and antilog table. I think the primitive polynomial has been converted to a formula which is like this. For GF(255) to generate the table: primitive=285; size=256; x=1; For index in 0 to size-1: table[index]=x; x=x*2; // Multiply X by 2 if x >= size: x^=primitive;// x=x (Power)285 x&=size-1;// x=x bitwiseand 255 Resulting the same table. How this Polynomial got converted into this formula.
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