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Re: Re: Problems with TimeConstrained in Win3.1

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  • Subject: [mg6400] Re: [mg6380] Re: Problems with TimeConstrained in Win3.1
  • From: fransm at win.tue.nl (Frans Martens)
  • Date: Sun, 16 Mar 1997 19:25:13 -0500 (EST)
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Daniel,

In the version of Mma from the attached letter the function  
TimeConstrained is not defined!


Frans Martens
Eindhoven
The Netherlands

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Martin Schloemer wrote:
> 

> we tried to use Timeconstrained in Mathematica 2.2 under win3.1 but  
it did
> not work. we need to factorize big numbers and if it takes too long  
we want
> mathematika to abort the process. we want to do it in a table that  
we can
> factorize more than 2000 random numbers.
> we have no idea what went wrong. someone else tried the same on  
another
> computer that does not use windows. And it worked. now we think  
that it
> could be a difference between the mathematica version under Windows  
3.1
> and the one for Unix. Or is it just a different timeformat?
> if we use timing, it works.
> 

> please help me if you can.
> 

> THANKS!

I cannot help you with your TimeConstrained problem. Here is some
information that may be useful if you have access to version 3 of
Mathematica. Setting the FactorComplete option of FactorInteger to  
False
will disable the last and typically most time-consuming steps in a  
full
factorization. Moreover, these last parts are now substantially  
faster
that in previous versions. Depending on the size of your random  
integers
(and the speed of your machine), you may or may not want to take
advantage of this option setting.

Daniel Lichtblau
Wolfram Research
danl at wolfram.com




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