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Old 2020-12-29, 14:04   #1
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Default Prime sequences and gaps: conditions and heuristics

Maybe this material can be of interest to researchers, both theoretical and numerical in prime gap distributions. It provides necessary and sufficient conditions for quadruplet prime sequences, no-prime sequences and some cases in Polignac's conjecture:
prime sequences and distributions

Distributions of twin prime sequences were discussed earlier in:
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Old 2020-12-31, 15:29   #2
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As the layman I am, I'm having a surprisingly difficult time understanding this.
The paper looks well written, but it seems to merely provide a more complicated way of stating what is already known about sets of odd coprimes, though I'll be gladly proven wrong in this regard.
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Old 2021-01-11, 19:17   #3
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Interesting article. Twin primes are full of great patterns. They are very cool.
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