Paul Gage

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Paul Gage is a research computer scientist who works at Cray Supercomputers. He is most well known for collaborating with David Slowinski on an algorithm that is credited with the discovery of several of the largest Mersenne primes: 2756839−1 in 1992, 2859433−1 in 1994, and 21257787−1 in 1996.[1]

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