Distribution of gaps and variations
Distribution of gaps
It is possible to say only that
Gaps which are multiples of 6 are more common than other gaps
and
as 'm' increases frequencies of occurence of gap values decreases.
Andrew Odlyzko, Michael Rubinstein, and Marek Wolf provide a persuative argument that the gap of 6 is the most commonly occurring, "a jumping champion", until ~1.7´10^{36}, where it changes as a jumping champion to 30, and suggest that it changes to 210 next to ~5.81´10^{428 }, etc.
Distribution of variations
Variations |V| ^{~0}
constitute
major series
Variations V ^{0}
constitute minor series
See also
S. Ares
and M. Castro,
"Hidden structure in the randomness of the prime number sequence?",
Physica A 360 (2006) 285,
P. Kumar, P. C. Ivanov and H. E. Stanley, "Information Entropy and Correlations in Prime Numbers" (2003),
Wang
Liang and Huang Yan,
"Pseudo Random test of prime numbers" (preprint 03/2006),
and
G.G. Szpiro,
"The gaps between the gaps: some patterns in the prime number
sequence",
Physica A 341
(2004) 607-617
Distribution
of proportions of
variations'
absolute values
(ratios of frequencies of occurence to the number of primes in a
range)
In this chart the proportion of frequency of occurrence of V=0 has been doubled
See regressions of these distributions
Range of primes until |
100,000,000 |
200,000,000 |
|V|^{~0} constitute series |
0.196e ^{- 0.071| V |} |
0.172e ^{- 0.067| V |} |
|V| ^{0} constitute series |
0.079e ^{- 0.071| V |} |
0.069e ^{- 0.067| V |} |
M/m |
2.474 |
2.498 |
|K | = 1 for V ^{ ~0} and |K| = 0 for V ^{0}
^{so}
Y ≈ M(M/m) ^{ |K|-1}^{ } e ^{ - } ^{ b|V|}
In
the infinite general set of primes
what consecutive primes of any class appear
independently in
M/m → 3/2
^{ The rule of the distribution of variations' absolute values is much stricter (and more beautiful) than one of gaps values, and the significance of key number }6 is much more obvious!
What is the reson of six period oscillations in these histograms?
It is the probabilities of groups
of two and three consecutive primes of the same class
constituting gaps and variations multiple of 6.
For the infinite general primes' set,
The probability of being the next prime of the class of the
previous one is equal ½.
So, probability of being gaps
multiple of 6 is ½.
The ratio of the number of P^{+}
to the number of P^{-}
in the range until 100,000,000 is equal
p^{+}/ p^{-}= 1.00015 ≈1,
therefore G^{+}(P_{n}^{+}-P_{n
-1}^{-})and G^{-}(P_{n}^{-}
- P_{n
-1}^{+})
have almost equal probabities of occurrence, too, i.e. ¼
per each a class.
So, G^{0}
are more common
than G^{+}
or G^{-}.
Accordingly,
the probability of being the three consecutive primes of the same class is equal
(½)^{2}.
Therefore, probability of being variations multiple is ¼,
and probability of being V^{+
}or V^{-
}is
3/8.
So, V^{0}
are less common
than V^{+}
or V^{-}.
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^{As the range of primes increases, 'm' and 'b' decrease}
Because of that, a suspicion of the possibility of turning the slope horizontal and even going upward arises.
It means to be similar to the change of "jumping champion".