Gap probabilities in the bulk of the Airy process

@article{Blackstone2020GapPI,
  title={Gap probabilities in the bulk of the Airy process},
  author={Elliot Blackstone and Christophe Charlier and Jonatan Lenells},
  journal={Random Matrices: Theory and Applications},
  year={2020}
}
We consider the probability that no points lie on [Formula: see text] large intervals in the bulk of the Airy point process. We make a conjecture for all the terms in the asymptotics up to and including the oscillations of order [Formula: see text], and we prove this conjecture for [Formula: see text]. 
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