May 19th, 2019, 10:34 AM  #11 
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Hello, Maybe for someone interested. Here is another video of the wave divisor function (n choose k notation). This is the solution between: 0 and 2. All divisor waves are 1 at x=0. The divisors wave will curl up in the plane. Interesting to see that patterns seem to evolve. Not understood completely by me. Sometimes the odd and even numbers are identified. Video should work at 1080p. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1S9...yLgBSgv3zKhfi Best regards, Vincent Preemen 
June 15th, 2019, 11:54 AM  #12 
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Hello, With the trigonometric notation, every number and it's divisors can be displayed as "orbitals" in the Re Im plane. See video below. The Re axis shows the number of divisors. A pulsewidth has been selected so that the whole solution is displayed with a bandwidth. Every number to my understanding has its unique Orbital. Maybe there are patterns between divisors. Ohh, I do not include 1 as a divisor. So solution is 1 !!!! More on orbitals in link original documents first post. YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLhLaCf4xcM Or Drive: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1wb...P2OwPuWGEufjq Gr, Vince Last edited by skipjack; July 27th, 2019 at 08:56 PM. 
July 2nd, 2019, 11:05 AM  #13 
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Hello, I updated the concept summary hope to make it more clear. I am a math noob but I try my best. Slide number 3 summarizes my results. Concept Summary: https://drive.google.com/Concept Summary 1.8.pdf Slide 3: Summary.jpg Next I want to attempt to Fourier transform the wave divisor function. Analysis showed it is also a discrete bellshape form. I hoped for some feedback. Best regards, Vincent 
July 27th, 2019, 01:54 AM  #14 
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Hello, The video shows the number of divisors on the Re axis of 46 (2, 23, 46). Divisor count 1 is excluded. https://youtu.be/6h4M7hxTZz4 The divisor count from wave divisor function has an error. For wide wave packages (dx is big) the error is bigger. When wavepackage is smaller the divisor count is determined more accurate. With narrow wave packages the symmetry will be improved. The influence of neighbor divisors is then less. I also made some small updates on the concept summary: Concept Summary Wave Divisor Function Rev 1.9 (pdf) Best regards, Vince 
September 6th, 2019, 03:43 PM  #15 
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Hello, Last 3 days a crash course in Python my Holiday . Newbe never programmed with python/Anaconda/GitHub/Mybinder before. I made a "Jupyter' file about the Wave Divisor Function. When I understand correctly non Python/Anaconda users can open the file trough "mybinder". All code should run in the cloud (Whawww ). Jupyter File (along MyBinder): https://mybinder.org/v2/gh/oooVincen...ev%202.4.ipynb Loading might take some time. Graphs should be interactive. In order to run the Python code I had to select in the Main menu: [Cells] $\rightarrow$ [Run All] twice. Or select [Kernell] $\rightarrow$ [Restart & Clear Output]. No guarantees it all works. It's still a hobby! Cloud not perfect yet. Best regards, Vince Last edited by OOOVincentOOO; September 6th, 2019 at 04:19 PM. 
September 7th, 2019, 12:37 AM  #16 
Member Joined: Dec 2014 From: Netherlands Posts: 30 Thanks: 4 Math Focus: hobby  Jupyter File
Updated Jupyter file (fix Typos etc). For the ones who downloaded *.ipynb. Mybinder/Cloud link remains the same. Jupyter File (along MyBinder): https://mybinder.org/v2/gh/oooVincen...ev%202.4.ipynb Loading might take some time. Graphs should be interactive. In order to run the Python code I had to select in the Main menu: [Cells] $\rightarrow$ [Run All] twice. And/Or select [Kernell] $\rightarrow$ [Restart & Clear Output]. Hoped for some feedback. Thank You, Vincent Preemen 
September 8th, 2019, 03:09 PM  #17 
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Updated Jupyter file. It is amazing technology Jupyter notebook. File is only 285KB! Starting to get hooked on it. Zooming and rescaling editing data in graphs is amazing , could not have don it in any spreadsheet.  Updated content.  Added section "Wave Pulse Outline".  For interactive plots menu: [Cells]→[Run All] (one time is sufficient now) link: https://mybinder.org/v2/gh/oooVincen...ev%202.4.ipynb btw also cool that the link remains avtice although I pushed update Jupyter file! Best regards, Vince 
September 10th, 2019, 09:47 AM  #18 
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Hi, Updated Jupyter notebook. Added: Interactive plot with Error calculation. Possible from 2 till 10000. Online Jupyter File: https://mybinder.org/v2/gh/oooVincen...ev%202.4.ipynb If I might be rude: Can the mean divisor count be determined from the error? Like a substitute for Dirichlet method? A bit bold to think, there are unlimited error's for every pulse width afterall! Best regards, Vincent Preemen 
September 12th, 2019, 01:38 PM  #19 
Member Joined: Dec 2014 From: Netherlands Posts: 30 Thanks: 4 Math Focus: hobby  Dirichlet's divisor problem
Hello, With the wave divisor function I calculated the error in: "Dirichlet's divisor problem". $ \mathcal{O}(x^{\Theta})$ Note that the wave divisor function is excluding 1 as divisor. So Dirichlet equation may look strange. For image: Theta.jpg More information in Jupyter notebook: https://mybinder.org/v2/gh/oooVincen...ev%202.4.ipynb Notebook is interactive press: [Cell] $\rightarrow$ [Run All]. First loading might take some time. I really hoped for some input. Not sure how to interpreted it all. I do not have the capabilities to continue any further. Stretching my limited math skills to the most right now. Best regards, Vince 
September 13th, 2019, 08:23 AM  #20  
Member Joined: Dec 2014 From: Netherlands Posts: 30 Thanks: 4 Math Focus: hobby  Quote:
Gr, Vince  

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