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He, Y.; Jejjala, V.; Minic, D.
Publisher: Virgina Tech, IPNAS
Languages: English
Types: Preprint
Subjects: QC, Mathematical Physics, High Energy Physics - Theory, Mathematics - Number Theory
We rewrite the zero-counting formula within the critical strip of the Riemann zeta function as a cumulative density distribution; this subsequently allows us to formally derive an integral expression for the Li coefficients associated with the Riemann xi-function which, in particular, indicate that their positivity criterion is obeyed, whereby entailing the criticality of the non-trivial zeros. We conjecture the validity of this and related expressions without the need for the Riemann Hypothesis and also offer a physical interpretation of the result and discuss the Hilbert-Polya approach.
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