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On the Location of the Non-Trivial Zeros of the RH via Extended Analytic Continuation

@article{May2016OnTL,
title={On the Location of the Non-Trivial Zeros of the RH via Extended Analytic Continuation},
author={Michael P. May},
journal={arXiv: General Mathematics},
year={2016}
}

This research paper presents the results of a study on the application of extended analytic continuation to locate the non-trivial zeros of the Riemann Hypothesis.

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