Maier’s Matrix Method and Irregularities in the Distribution of Prime Numbers
This paper is devoted to irregularities in the distribution of prime numbers. We describe the development of this theory and the relation to Maier’s matrix method.
We would like to express our thanks to J. Friedlander and A. Granville for their useful comments.
A. Raigorodskii: I would like to acknowledge financial support from the grant NSh-6760.2018.1.
M. Th. Rassias: I would like to express my gratitude to the J. S. Latsis Foundation for their financial support provided under the auspices of my current “Latsis Foundation Senior Fellowship” position.
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