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Shor's algorithm is expected to enable us to factor integers far larger than could be feasibly done on modern classical computers.

At current, only smaller integers have been factored. For example, this paper discusses factorizing $15=5{\times}3$.

What is in this sense the state-of-art in research? Is there any recent paper in which it says some bigger numbers have been factorized?

Shor's algorithm is expected to enable us to factor integers far larger than could be feasibly done on modern classical computers.

At current, only smaller integers have been factored. For example, this paper discusses factorizing $15=5{\times}3$

What is in this sense the state-of-art in research? Is there any recent paper in which it says some bigger numbers have been factorized?

Shor's algorithm is expected to enable us to factor integers far larger than could be feasibly done on modern classical computers.

At current, only smaller integers have been factored. For example, this paper discusses factorizing $15=5{\times}3$.

What is in this sense the state-of-art in research? Is there any recent paper in which it says some bigger numbers have been factorized?

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What integers have been factored with Shor's algorithm implementation?

Small numbers are being factorized in practice using Shor's algorithm, already some years agoShor's algorithm is expected to enable us to (efactor integers far larger than could be feasibly done on modern classical computers.g

At current, only smaller integers have been factored. 15=5x3 in For example, this paper). discusses factorizing $15=5{\times}3$

What is in this sense the state-of-art in research? Is there any recent paper in which it says some bigger numbers have been factorized?

Shor's algorithm implementation

Small numbers are being factorized in practice using Shor's algorithm, already some years ago (e.g. 15=5x3 in this paper). What is in this sense the state-of-art in research? Is there any recent paper in which it says some bigger numbers have been factorized?

What integers have been factored with Shor's algorithm?

Shor's algorithm is expected to enable us to factor integers far larger than could be feasibly done on modern classical computers.

At current, only smaller integers have been factored. For example, this paper discusses factorizing $15=5{\times}3$

What is in this sense the state-of-art in research? Is there any recent paper in which it says some bigger numbers have been factorized?

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