@article{ajams2014223,
author={Mazurkin, P.M.},
title={Increment Primes},
journal={American Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics},
volume={2},
number={2},
pages={66--72},
year={2014},
url={http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajams/2/2/3},
issn={2333-4576},
abstract={The increment of prime numbers was a clear indication. Increase - the number increases, the addition of something. If the number of prime numbers, figuratively called the "ladder of Gauss-Riemann", the increase may well be likened to the steps, separated from the ladder itself. We prove that the law is obeyed z_{2}(i_{2}=2)=1/2-1/2cos(πP(n)/2) in the critical line i_{2}=2 of the second digit binary number system. This functional model was stable and in other quantities of prime numbers (3000 and 100?000). The critical line is the Riemann column i_{2}=2 binary matrix of a prime rate. Not all non-trivial zeros lie on it. There is also a line of frames, the initial rate (yields patterns of symmetry) and left the envelope binary number 1. Cryptographers cannot worry: even on the critical line growth of prime numbers z_{2}_{i}=1/2-1/2cos(πP_{j}/2) contain the irrational number π=3.14159бн.},
doi={10.12691/ajams-2-2-3}
publisher={Science and Education Publishing}
}