Primes in arithmetic progressions

@article{Ramar1996PrimesIA,
  title={Primes in arithmetic progressions},
  author={Olivier Ramar{\'e} and Robert Rumely},
  journal={Math. Comput.},
  year={1996},
  volume={65},
  pages={397-425}
}
Strengthening work of Rosser, Schoenfeld, and McCurley, we establish explicit Chebyshev-type estimates in the prime number theorem for arithmetic progressions, for all moduli k ≤ 72 and other small moduli. 

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