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  • v. Present participle of factorize.


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  • Fermat used it in performing a certain feat in factorizing that is historical and wrapped in mystery.

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  • In many cases it is the shortest method known for factorizing large numbers, and I have always held the opinion that

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  • Shor's algorithm, a common test application for quantum computers, has been demonstrated on the 42-bit quantum computer, factorizing 15707 into 113x139. - latest science and technology news stories

  • Ruby has a concept of a negative delay element, which is really useful when you are algebraically factorizing a Ruby expression to retime / pipeline a piece of hardware -- but gets a little annoying when you are trying to map the expression into real hardware.

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  • Provides exponential speedup for factorizing a number.

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