Your circular representation is intriguing, and could contain/lead to unsuspected prime properties. For known prime properties, however, the tabular prime generating representations in the following paper seem to support Chris Dew’s comment:

Click to access 40_PNT_Dirichlect_Update.pdf

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]]>Could you let me know why the diagram is circular?

I could understand this if the algorithm was dealing with finite fields/modular arithmetic, but I can’t see why the diagram wouldn’t be clearer horizontally.

]]>Thanks for pointing this out. Switched == to be != in Euler Totient and Dedekind Psi function.

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