@article{ajna2014221,
author={Mazurkin, P.M.},
title={Wavelet Analysis of a Number of Prime Numbers},
journal={American Journal of Numerical Analysis},
volume={2},
number={2},
pages={29--34},
year={2014},
url={http://pubs.sciepub.com/ajna/2/2/1},
issn={2328-7292},
abstract={We adhere to the concepts of Descartes, the need to apply algebraic equations directly as a final decision. The concept of wavelet signal allows to abstract from an unknown number of primes of a physical quantity. Any number of primes can be decomposed into a finite set of asymmetric wavelets with variable amplitude and frequency. For example, taken a number of A000040. The first term of the total number of model งก000040 according to the law of exponential growth is the contribution of the absolute error 97,53 %. The first member of the general model of a number of งก000040 on the law of exponential growth is the contribution of the absolute error 97,53 %. The remaining 35 wavelets amount to a total of 2.47 %. But their influence on the number of primes very significant. It is proved that any type of fnite-dimensional number of primes can be decomposed into a fnite-dimensional set of asymmetric wavelets with variable amplitude and frequency of oscillatory perturbations.},
doi={10.12691/ajna-2-2-1}
publisher={Science and Education Publishing}
}