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 Feb 7 comment Why the Wu-sprung model is not accepted as a solution to Riemann HYpothesis ?? vixra.org/pdf/1301.0078v2.pdf the operator is of the form $H=-\frac{d^{2}}{dx^{2}}+f(x)$ and the function $f(x)$ is given implicitly inside (1.10) as an smooth part plus corrections due to the primes and prime powers $\sum_{n=1}^{\infty}\frac{\Lambda (n)}{\sqrt{n}}J_{0}( \sqrt{x}logp)$ Feb 6 comment Why the Wu-sprung model is not accepted as a solution to Riemann HYpothesis ?? however why do not mathematician even bother solving it numerically to check that this solution is possible ?? Feb 6 asked sum over primes and its powers Feb 4 revised Theta series and Riemann Hypothesis added 59 characters in body Feb 4 asked Theta series and Riemann Hypothesis Feb 1 asked regularization for an integral. Feb 1 comment Why the Wu-sprung model is not accepted as a solution to Riemann HYpothesis ?? thi is not only a trace formula i provide also a HERMITIAN operator whose eigenvalues are the Riemann zeros. Jan 31 answered What is so special about $\alpha=-1$ in the integral of $x^\alpha$? Jan 31 comment How do I prove convergence of $\sum\limits_{k=1}^\infty \tfrac{\sin k^2}{k}$? anyway.. what if the series does ont converge :) we simply truncate it and that is all, for example the series $1/2 + \sum_{n=1}^{\infty}cos(nx)$ does not converge Jan 31 comment How do I prove convergence of $\sum\limits_{k=1}^\infty \tfrac{\sin k^2}{k}$? integral criterion.. the series will be convergent if the integral $\int_{1}^{\infty}dx \frac{sin(x^{2})}{x}$ is convergent Jan 30 comment Why the Wu-sprung model is not accepted as a solution to Riemann HYpothesis ?? but you can always truncate a divergent series can't you ?? .. also from the potential i have deduced the Riemann weil trace formula Jan 29 answered Riemann Hypothesis: Could there be “simple” ways of getting (partial?) results Jan 29 comment Is classifying one dimensional generalized quasicrystals worthwhile strategy to approach RH? i think 'NO' .. even if you foudn a system whith the Riemann zeros, it could be that ther are zeros outside the critical line which do ont appear inisd ethe quasycritstal. Jan 29 comment Why the Wu-sprung model is not accepted as a solution to Riemann HYpothesis ?? so you mean is false because you are assuming exist an hermitian operator whose trace formula of $\delta (E-H)$ exists and is equal to the Riemann-weil formula. But is not possible to assume or consider Riemann Hypothesis as an inverse problem ?, for example find an Hermitian operator $-y''(x)+q(X)y(x)$ whose eigenvalues are the Riemann zeros or similar. Jan 28 comment Why the Wu-sprung model is not accepted as a solution to Riemann HYpothesis ?? HERE is a survey made by me about this problem and how the Riemann Weil and gutzwiller trace are analogue :) vixra.org/pdf/1301.0078v2.pdf see the analogy between the Guzwiller trace and riemann weil summation formulae in QM Jan 28 comment Why the Wu-sprung model is not accepted as a solution to Riemann HYpothesis ?? the potential is obtained from Riemann-Weil trace formula which is analogue to Gutzwiller's :) Jan 28 comment Why the Wu-sprung model is not accepted as a solution to Riemann HYpothesis ?? if we take the fractional derivative operator $\frac{1}{2\sqrt{\pi}}\frac{d^{1/2}}{dx^{1/2}}$ inside the equation for $f^{-1}(X)$ you get the Riemann-Weil formula for the density of the zeros. Jan 28 comment Why the Wu-sprung model is not accepted as a solution to Riemann HYpothesis ?? typos corrected :) ..the idea is that the Riemann-Weil trace is just equal to the Gutzwiller trace of a dynamical system.. Jan 28 revised Why the Wu-sprung model is not accepted as a solution to Riemann HYpothesis ?? added 1 characters in body Jan 28 accepted Evaluation of integral involving $\tanh(ax)$