[<<][math][>>][..]Mon Dec 27 11:33:06 EST 2010

Just a link[1]. Interesting stuff. Basic idea: a log delay network (LDN) is a system with delays at logarithm of the natural numbers. These networks have closed composition (LDN . LDN \in LDN). This is then used to construct an infinite series network which has supposedly provable stability, from which we can conclude that the zeros of the eta/zeta function have to be on the real line. So where is the flaw that provents this from being used as a proof of the Riemann Hypothesis? [1] http://www.netsoc.tcd.ie/~fastnet/cd_paper/ICASSP/ICASSP_2005/pdfs/0400077.pdf [2] http://www.cscamm.umd.edu/programs/ocq05/adams/adams_ocq05.htm [3] md5://31aab89af3f503238b57126a5d268639

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