Three main claims of originality in my sofar searches.
1. Algorithmic formula for smoothened pi(x), and hence for the prime number density. Results up to 10^9, with deviations less than 800. Still many questions ! details , table example
2. Ulam's spirals study : sound explanation as to why some "parallel to diagonal" rows display rather higher prime density. ulam expl
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3. Contribution to the study of Goldbach conjecture : a formula and a table allowing to evaluate the number of Golbach partitions vs 2n. Goldbach text , Golbach partitions count evaluation table .
If interested in more, e-mail to me : firstname.lastname@example.org. (and I will reply or produce further pages).
I owe acknowledgments to many prime number theory contributors discovered thru web pages : Chris Caldwell, Marek Wolf, Matthew Watkins, Thomas Nicely... (I will update as my memory recalls me).
Last update Nov 17, 2004