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(entry created on 1/18/2000 12:50:53 CDT)
Database id: 2
(entry last modified on 5/10/2021 22:17:19 CDT)
Active primes: This entry has no primes on the current list.
number ever on any list: 63.5 (unweighted total: 381)
no primes, so no score for current list, total 36.6546
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Sergio Zarantonello has a Ph.D. in mathematics from the
University of Wisconsin. He is a marketing manager at
Silicon Graphics and
also a member of the adjunct faculty at Santa Clara
University, where he teaches courses on Fourier analysis,
and on the theory and applications of wavelets. Sergio
was one of the Amdahl Six who in 1989 dicovered what was
then the largest known prime number, one of the reare
times this record was held by a non-Mersenne prime.
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Surname: Zarantonello (used for alphabetizing and in codes).
Unverified primes are omitted from counts and lists until verification completed.
I am Sergio Zarantonello and I would like to
(Reuse an old code if your are using the same programs, projects... Only create a new code if
you are doing something differently than in the past. Duplicate codes will be merged.
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