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Jul
31
accepted Is this similarity to the Fourier transform of the von Mangoldt function real?
Jul
31
answered Is this similarity to the Fourier transform of the von Mangoldt function real?
Jul
30
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
20
accepted Is this an elliptic curve?
Jul
20
comment Is this an elliptic curve?
The polynomial is the 6-th polynomial in the code. The rest of the code is only there for my own memory.
Jul
20
comment Is this an elliptic curve?
Thanks for the comment.
Jul
20
asked Is this an elliptic curve?
Jul
17
comment Asymptotics for zeta zeros?
Guilherme França, André LeClair: i.stack.imgur.com/CmZmV.png
Jul
7
accepted Prove that these Dirichlet L function are equal to these zeta function products.
Jul
7
comment Prove that these Dirichlet L function are equal to these zeta function products.
Yes you are right now when I think about it.
Jul
7
asked Prove that these Dirichlet L function are equal to these zeta function products.
Jul
7
revised How write Dirichlet character sums for the terms of the von Mangoldt function?
Added attempt at Dirichlet L functions.
Jul
7
comment The ordinary generating function for $ζ(s)$
Related: math.stackexchange.com/questions/33454/…
Jul
6
comment Is it possible to integrate this Riemann zeta function ratio so that I can produce this graph?
Hi @RaymondManzoni thanks for the links. I have your formula in the about me field in my profile here at mathematics stackexchange. What I have been wondering about is if the values at zeta zeros of your step function is an obstruction to reversing it? Your staircase takes the value zero at the zeta zeros.
Jul
6
revised Is it possible to integrate this Riemann zeta function ratio so that I can produce this graph?
corrected expression to be integrated
Jul
6
asked Is it possible to integrate this Riemann zeta function ratio so that I can produce this graph?
Jun
13
reviewed Approve Ackermann Function primitive recursive
Jun
7
comment Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
But if you mean "Is it a square matrix?", then the answer is yes.
Jun
7
comment Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
No I don't understand how you mean. $(n/k)^s$ where $n=1,2,3,...N$ and $k=1,2,3,...K$
Jun
7
comment Prove that the eigenvalues of a random matrix of this form, are invariant regardless of the value of the exponent $s$.
Yes that is a better way to say it. I mean given a matrix $A$, change $s$ and calculate the eigenvalues and compare.