# A Physical Approach to Polya's Conjecture

@article{Wang2011APA, title={A Physical Approach to Polya's Conjecture}, author={Jingbo Wang}, journal={arXiv: Mathematical Physics}, year={2011} }

The similarity between the Polya's conjecture and the Bonomol'nyi bound remind us to consider a physical approach to Polya's conjecture. We conjecture a duality between the waves and the soliton solutions on the surface. We consider the special case in the disc.

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