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Riemann and his zeta function

  title={Riemann and his zeta function},
  author={E. A. Kudryavtseva and Filip Saidak and Peter D. Zvengrowski},
An exposition is given, partly historical and partly mathematical, of the Riemann zeta function � ( s ) and the associated Riemann hypothesis. Using techniques similar to those of Riemann, it is shown how to locate and count non-trivial zeros of � ( s ). Relevance of these investigations to the theory of the distribution of prime numbers is discussed. 

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