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The sine sieve for primes ?
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Maybe the fact that prod (sin^2(n) - 25/16) stays bounded and diverges has something to do with this.

This suggests that Maybe we should replace s with similar to make things nicer.
Im also unsure about that integral ... Maybe the values of F are too close to 0 most of the time.

I think with strong hesitation that for large n with respect to x ,
The function F Goes to exp(-2n ln(n) + 2n) prod gamma(p_n)^(2/p_n) asymptotically with measure 1. This estimate is based on statistical thinking and prod p_n ~ exp(n ln n - n).

This estimate hints at correcting factors for the integrand also known as weights.

Atthough all this suggests we are not talking of the simplest or best sieve type function , it is intuïtive and therefore intresting.

A lot of work to do but lots of inspiration.
The way i like math usually.

Regards

Tommy1729
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The sine sieve for primes ? - by tommy1729 - 05/09/2015, 11:25 PM
RE: The sine sieve for primes ? - by tommy1729 - 05/10/2015, 08:06 AM

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