I've been searching for a deterministic form of integer factorization for a while because I strongly believe that
like the other basic mathematical operations there should be a stepbystep process. And I believe that this is a fundamental
question worthy of anyone's attention. I also believe there is an ordered and predictable distribution of the prime numbers.
Last November I determined a labyrinthine structure where each coordinate leads to every form of 2element decomposition
and one aspect is exclusive of trivial forms. The best visual is that it resembles a vascular system composed of meshed building blocks of dendritic/fractal forms.
The easiest approach is to "zoomin" to various locales within specific boundary parameters and search for a factorization
which is essentially a probabilistic approach which for me is very unsatisfactory.
The approach which I find most natural is Aurifeuillian as it is an expressly deterministic symbolic method. My next step is to start
mapping/indexing this structure which is daunting to say the least and one reason why I have not touched this since November.
The indexing which I am tryng to conceive of is something which probably doesn't fit the accepted definition.
