Number Theory


Solving Incompletely Predictable Problem Riemann Hypothesis with Dirichlet Sigma-Power Law

Authors: John Yuk Ching Ting

Riemann hypothesis proposed all nontrivial zeros to be located on critical line of Riemann zeta function. Treated as Incompletely Predictable problem, we obtain Dirichlet Sigma-Power Law as final proof of solving this problem. This Law is derived as equation and inequation from original Dirichlet eta function (proxy function for Riemann zeta function). Performing a parallel procedure help explain closely related Gram points.

Comments: 20 Pages. Rigorous proof for Riemann hypothesis and explaining Gram points.

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[v1] 2019-03-28 02:01:19
[v2] 2019-03-29 21:36:31
[v3] 2019-04-07 15:46:17
[v4] 2019-04-12 03:15:49
[v5] 2019-05-13 19:43:22
[v6] 2019-05-31 03:36:02

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