Cade Brown edited this page Sep 22, 2016 · 5 revisions

PGS

Welcome to the Prime Gen Search ! This project's goal is to find polynomials that take on prime values for the first few values of x.

Navigation

For info on running PGS, check out https://github.com/ChemicalDevelopment/PGS/wiki/Running

For info on specific flags, check out https://github.com/ChemicalDevelopment/PGS/wiki/Flags

For our records, check out https://github.com/ChemicalDevelopment/PGS/wiki/Searches

Examples

f(x) = 2x + 3, f(x) is prime for x = 0, 1, 2

f(x) = 41 + x + x^2, f(x) is prime for x = 0, 1, 2, ... 38, 39 (Euler)

The above is a very good example of what we try to find here.

The above function is the only quadratic (with all coefficients under 100) that has at least 40 primes in a row!

What we've found: https://github.com/ChemicalDevelopment/PGS/wiki/Searches

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