Number Theory


Power Structures in Finite Fields and the Riemann Hypothesis

Authors: Alessandro Dallari

Some tools are discussed, in order to build power structures of primitive roots in finite fields for any order qk; relations between distinct roots are deduced from m- and shift-and-add- sequences. Some heuristic computational techniques, where information in a m- sequence is built from below, are proposed. Full settlement is finally viewed in a physical scenario, where a path leading to the Riemann Hypothesis can be enlighted.

Comments: 46 pages

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[v1] 3 Oct 2010 (removed)
[v2] 17 Oct 2010

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