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## 3D integer factorization.

**We propose a new view for integer factorization based on a radical design.** In the traditional model, the computer experiment consists of physical devices (hardware) which in turn contain programs (software) that run an algorithm equivalent to some mathematical theory. **In the present model, the mathematical theory corresponds to a finite set of basic algorithms distributed among the hardware and all of these constitute the computer experiment itself.** All of the currently known factoring algorithms consist of several steps in order to find any non-trivial factor. Such algorithms may run on a single or many machines. **Our method is a single step – the generation of a multiple of any prime factor. **Consequently, factoring reduces to searching efficiently for one such multiple. If the given modulus has *m* decimal digits then *m-squared* * *machines are required. The resulting search experiment is a square matrix of *m-by-m* computers. **This method is deterministic and revolves around finding a three-dimensional point (x, y, z) that will lead to a successful factorization. **

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