Famed mathematician claims proof of 160-year-old Riemann hypothesis

Here we go to have a real surprise, as they say the smoke arise from the big logs. (it is a Persian proverbs showing the importance of experience of elders rather energy of youths)

One of the most important unsolved problems in mathematics may have been solved, retired mathematician Michael Atiyah is set to claim on Monday. In a talk at the Heidelberg Laureate Forum in Germany, Atiyah will present what he refers to as a “simple proof” of the Riemann hypothesis, a problem which has eluded mathematicians for almost 160 years. Continue reading

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Riemann Hypothesis

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Riemann Hypothesis is one the most challenging mathematical that human being ever faced with, still unsolved and seem to be uncontrollable yet. So as everyone naturally will find it important enough to study around the problem. Here I have collected some links those I find easy quick guide for someone, like me, unaware about the technical aspects of it, I hope you find them useful:

  1. Will Big Data solve the Riemann Hypothesis? (Posted by Eduardo Siman on February 11, 2016 in Data Science Central)
  2. The Riemann Hypothesis Explained (Posted by ToK maths on June 24, 2013 in IB Maths)