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Old 2020-12-06, 00:06   #1
gnostique
 
Dec 2020

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Default Twin prime gap bounds

I'm working with prime and twin gap bounds and it appears that there may be an approach to establishing maximum bounds on the distance to the next pair (as per convention, a pair is denoted by the first member). It was possible to verify the results with the first 100k pairs but that's getting close to the limit of the capacity. We need to verify the maximum known relative gap between consecutive pairs i.e. (tnext - t) / t. According to the results, the ratio is bounded by a specific number so any data on large twin gaps or references to such would be much appreciated and I checked the related threads as well. I'll gladly share the details if the results are confirmed.
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