Number Theory


Gauge Transformations and the Riemann Hypothesis

Authors: Thomas Evans

Presented is a new determination of conditions proving the Riemann Hypothesis of any global L-function, drawing heavily on conceptual and mathematical parallels from quantum theory, specifically those summarized by Bohm in his 1951 text. We present a proof of this for a special case concerning the function ζ(s) , defined by Riemann in his seminal 1859 paper, "On the number of primes less than a given number". A new method of defining a system of inverted concatenations at the simple pole(s) of a global L-function is introduced and used to finalize our proof.

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[v1] 18 Oct 2011

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