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alternate case: factor base

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{Z} /q\mathbb {Z} )^{*}} where q is prime. It requires a factor base as input. This factor base is usually chosen to be the number −1 and the first r primes

Quadratic sieve
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prime(s) outside the factor base . [Note that this is equivalent to extending the factor base .] For example, if the factor base is {2, 3, 5, 7} and n

Special number field sieve
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respect to the factor base in Z (i.e., it is a product of elements in the factor base ). a+bα is smooth with respect to the factor base in Z[α]; given

Function field sieve
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{F} _{p}[x]\mid {\text{ irreductible with }}\deg(g)<B\}} is called the factor base . A pair of functions ( r , s ) {\displaystyle (r,s)} is doubly-smooth

Translational regulation
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within the stop codon by tRNAs that may occasionally outcompete release factor base pairing. An example of regulation at the level of termination is functional

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lattice sieving; to get acceptable yields, it is necessary to use a large factor base . Having enough such pairs, using Gaussian elimination, one can get products

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start-up and shut-down, construction cost, cost of electricity and capacity factor . Base load power plants are dispatchable plants that tend to operate at maximum