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Bagadi, R. (2016). Recursive Calculation Of Elements Of Sequence Of Primes Using Total Combinational Uncertainty. PHILICA.COM Article number 633.

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Recursive Calculation Of Elements Of Sequence Of Primes Using Total Combinational Uncertainty

Ramesh Chandra Bagadiunconfirmed user (Physics, Engineering Mechanics, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Wisconsin)

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Abstract
In this research investigation, the author has detailed a Scheme to generate the Sequence Of Primes.

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Bagadi, R. (2016). Recursive Calculation Of Elements Of Sequence Of Primes Using Total Combinational Uncertainty. PHILICA.COM Article number 633.


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1 Author comment added 8th July, 2016 at 13:39:55

The Total Combinational Uncertainty for all possible values of symbol ‘alpha’ and symbol ‘beta’ depend on the Possibility of Differentiability Order of p(l) and/ or p(l+dl) therein. Furthermore, m and n may be same or different which also depends on the Possibility of Differentiability Order of p(l) and/ or p(l+dl) therein.


2 Author comment added 8th July, 2016 at 14:35:04

Note:
The Definitions for First Derivative of p(L), (the Lth Prime) and p(L+dL), (the (L+1)th Prime) are detailed below:
First Derivative of p(L) = {{Lth Prime}-{(L-1)th Prime}}/dL
First Derivative of p(L+dL) = {{(L+1)th Prime}-{(L)th Prime}}/dL
Here L is the small l (pronounced ‘el’) used in the above literature.


3 Author comment added 12th July, 2016 at 06:50:22

Ramesh Chandra Bagadi writes
Important Errata:
In the Second Line of the Theory Section
(dp(l))/dl) must read {(p(l)) - (p(l-1))}/dl
The author apologizes for this error.
Thank You
Ramesh Chandra Bagadi




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