Airy zeta function, related to the zeros of the Airy function
Arakawa–Kaneko zeta function
Arithmetic zeta function
Artin–Mazur zeta function of a dynamical system
Barnes zeta function or double zeta function
Beurling zeta function of Beurling generalized primes
Dedekind zeta function of a number field
Duursma zeta function of error-correcting codes
Epstein zeta function of a quadratic form
Goss zeta function of a function field
Hasse–Weil zeta function of a variety
Height zeta function of a variety
Hurwitz zeta function, a generalization of the Riemann zeta function
Igusa zeta function
Ihara zeta function of a graph
L-function, a "twisted" zeta function
Lefschetz zeta function of a morphism
Lerch zeta function, a generalization of the Riemann zeta function
Local zeta function of a characteristic-p variety
Matsumoto zeta function
Minakshisundaram–Pleijel zeta function of a Laplacian
Motivic zeta function of a motive
Multiple zeta function, or Mordell–Tornheim zeta function of several variables
p-adic zeta function of a p-adic number
Prime zeta function, like the Riemann zeta function, but only summed over primes
Riemann zeta function, the archetypal example
Ruelle zeta function
Selberg zeta function of a Riemann surface
Shimizu L-function
Shintani zeta function
Subgroup zeta function
Witten zeta function of a Lie group
Zeta function of an incidence algebra, a function that maps every interval of a poset to the constant value 1. Despite not resembling a holomorphic function, the special case for the poset of integer divisibility is related as a formal Dirichlet series to the Riemann zeta function.
Zeta function of an operator or spectral zeta function
This is an Argand diagram showing the first 40,000 terms of the series form of the Riemann Zeta function, for the argument ##\sigma + i t = 1/2 + 62854.13 \thinspace i##
The blue lines are the first 100 (or so) terms, and the rest of the terms are in red. The plot shows a kind of approximate...
I am trying to figure out if the use of the Zeta function allows renormalization to be bypassed. I have formed a preliminary view but would like to hear what others think:
http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.570.4579&rep=rep1&type=pdf
Thanks
Bill
In several places, for example https://xxx.lanl.gov/pdf/chao-dyn/9406003v1, it is claimed that the Riemann zeta function is a fractal under the assumption of a positive result for the Riemann Hypothesis, because
(1) the Voronin Universality Theorem, and
(2) if the RH is true, then the zeta...
I have been trying to use numerical methods with this function but now I realize that I if I could suggest a Polynomial in theory, I could get some value for the Integral at least in any interval. In general, does the Integral of the Riemman dseta function has a meaning by itself?
In the last part of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riemann_zeta_function#Mellin-type_integrals, I read two expressions of Riemann's zeta function ζ(s) in terms of s and of integrals of the prime-counting function π(x) (the second one using Riemann's prime-counting function J(x) from which, the...
Homework Statement
Question
Use the functional equation to show that for :
a) ##k \in Z^+ ## that ## \zeta (-2k)=0##
b) Use the functional equation and the euler product to show that these are the only zeros of ##\zeta(s) ## for ##Re(s)<0## . And conclude that the other zeros are all located...
I read some old unpublished student notes where the student in an undergrad project was looking at general patterns in QM results.
Seemed arbitrary to claim anything but the student did show that spacings in EV between transitions in U238 followed the same general form of zero spacings in the...
Over the last couple of years there has been allot of traffic on youtube about the sum of all positive integers being equal to -1/12 as is explained in numberphile video. Some argue that their calculations are wrong and the sum really is infinity. In their original video numberphile shows a...
"Physicists are attempting to map the distribution of the prime numbers to the energy levels of a particular quantum system."
https://www.quantamagazine.org/20170404-quantum-physicists-attack-the-riemann-hypothesis/
There are fewer primes for larger n. The n^1/2 just makes the larger n have less impact on the result. So the riemann hypothesis follows from pnt. Does this make any sense to you?
1. Homework Statement
I want to show that the non-trival zeros of the Riemann Zeta function all lie in the critical strip ## 0 < Re(s) < 1## and further to this that they are symmetric about the line ##Re(s)= 1/2 ##
where ## \zeta(s) = \sum\limits^{\infty}_{n=1}n^{-s}##
With the functional...
Consider
Z(s)=Sum(1/N^s)
For n=1 to infinity.
Let s=(xi+1/2).
The divisor is then:
N^(xi+1/2)
This is equivalent to
(N^xi)(N^(1/2))
As n increases, the n^1/2 term will more greatly slow the increase of the divisor and accelerate z(s) away from zero. This means that zeroes will occur less...
Homework Statement
## g(s) = \sum\limits^{\infty}_{n=1} 1/n^{-s}, ##
Show that ##g(s)## converges uniformly for ## Re(s>1) ##
Homework Equations
Okay, so I think the right thing to look at is the Weistrass M test. This tells me that if I can find a ##M_{n}##, a real number, such that for...
Has anything similar to the Riemann hypothesis ever been solved?
Specifically, has anyone proven that the real part of a result of some particular function always assumes a particular value?
I am not sure which is the appropriate rubric to put this under, so I am putting it in General Math. If anyone wants to move it, that is fine.
Two questions, unrelated except both have to do with the Riemann zeta function (and are not about the Riemann Hypothesis).
First, in...
Hi - just done the integral test on the Riemann zeta series, came out to $\frac{1}{p-1}$
I can clearly see it therefore converges for P > 1, is singular for p=1, but for p < 1 I can't see why it diverges? In the limit p < 1 just gets smaller?
Would also like to check about p = 1, all I need...
There are two forms of Riemann functional equation. One is more symmetric and follows from the other and the duplication theorem of the Gamma function. At least, that's been claimed here...
In http://www.americanscientist.org/issues/pub/the-spectrum-of-riemannium/5, the author mentions that the function P(x) = 1-(sin(πx)/(πx))2 seems to be, assuming the Riemann Hypothesis is true, to the two-point correlations of the zeros of the Riemann zeta function. Going by...
Homework Statement
Calculate the zeta function of x_0x_1-x_2x_3=0 in F_p
Homework Equations
Zeta function of the hypersurface defined by f:
\exp(\sum_{s=1}^\infty \frac{N_s u^s}{s})
N_s is the number of zeros of f in P^n(F_p)
The Attempt at a Solution
My biggest struggle is finding N_s...
Hi
It's just that last step I'm not getting, so you have:
[1 / Kz] - [1 / (2K)z]
= [ (2K)z - Kz ] / [(2K)z * Kz]
= [ (2)z - 1 ] / [(2K)z*]
Then what?
Thanks
Hi
I was wondering if there any observations that have only been described using the Riemann Zeta function? What would it mean in physics to assign a divergent series a finite value?
Thank you
Edit
Sorry I overlooked a thread just posted that asked about this so this might need to be deleted.
Given a Hamiltonian ##H##, with a spectrum of eigenvalues ##\lambda##, you can define
its zeta function as ##\zeta_H(s) = tr \frac{1}{H^s} = \sum_{\lambda}^{} \frac{1}{\lambda^s}##.
Subsequently, the log determinant of ##H## with a spectral parameter ##m^2## acts as a generating function for...
I understand how to calculate values of positive values ζ(s), it's pretty straightforward convergence. But when you expand s into the complex plane, like ζ(δ+bi), how do you assign a value with i as an exponent? Take for example
ζ(1/2 + i)
This is the sequence
1/1^(1/2+i) + 1/2^(1/2+i) +...
I was fooling around with the Prime Zeta Function just recently.
Prime Zeta Function, P(s), is defined as Σ1/(p^s), where p is each successive prime. When inputting various positive integer values for (s) on wolfram alpha, I noticed a pattern. Well, an approximate pattern, I should say.
My...
Prove that for $r>2$ we have $$\frac{\zeta\left(r\right)}{\zeta\left(2r\right)}<\left(1+\frac{1}{2^{r}}\right)\frac{\left(1+3^{r}\right)^{2}}{1+3^{2r}}.$$ I've tried to write Zeta as Euler product but I haven't solve it.
Homework Statement
Hi I need to regularize \sum_{r \in Z+1/2} r
In my opinion there are two ways of going about it either re-express it as \sum_{r \in Z+1/2} r = \sum_{r =1} r - \frac{1}{2} \sum_{r =1} = \zeta (-1) - \zeta (0) = \frac{1}{6}
or
\sum_{r \in Z+1/2} r =...
Initially, the purpose of this tutorial will be to explore and evaluate various lower order derivatives of the Hurwitz Zeta function. In each case, the Hurwitz Zeta function will be differentiated with respect to its first parameter. A little later on - although this will take some time! - these...
I am currently writing a c++ program to calculate the Value of the Reimann Zeta Function, The problem is At the state its at, when you input a number a + bi it only gives the correct answer to values of a > 1. Can anyone show or link me Riemann's Analytic continuation of the Function so it...
I talked with an old friend of mine. We discussed prime numbers and Ulams Spiral, and the mathematical patterns that surround us all. He brought up something called the Zeta-Function and something about -1 1/2 and how this all related to prime numbers. I did a google search and found some...
This thread is dedicated to exploring the trigonometric series shown below.
This is NOT a tutorial, so all and any contributions would be very much welcome... (Heidy)\mathscr{S}_{\infty}(z)= \sum_{k=1}^{\infty}\frac{\log k}{k^2}\cos(2\pi kz)
This series can be expressed in terms of the...
The Euler-Maclaurin summation formula and the Riemann zeta function
The Euler-Maclaurin summation formula states that if $f(x)$ has $(2p+1)$ continuous derivatives on the interval $[m,n]$ (where $m$ and $n$ are natural numbers), then
$$ \sum_{k=m}^{n-1} f(k) = \int_{m}^{n} f(x) \ dx -...
Homework Statement
I wish to prove that for s>1
$$
\sum\limits_{n=1}^{\infty}\frac{\mu(n)}{n^s}=\prod_{p}(1-p^{-s})=\frac{1}{\zeta(s)}.
$$
The Attempt at a Solution
(1) I first showed that
$$
\prod_{p}(1-p^{-s})=\frac{1}{\zeta(s)}.
$$
It was a given theorem in the text that
$$...
Recently some interesting material about the Riemann Zeta Function appeared on MHB and I also contributed in the post... http://mathhelpboards.com/challenge-questions-puzzles-28/simplifying-quotient-7235.html#post33008
... where has been obtained the expression...
$\displaystyle \zeta (s) =...
For $ \text{Re} (a) >0$ and $\text{Re} (s)>1$, the Hurwitz zeta function is defined as $ \displaystyle \zeta(s,a) = \sum_{n=0}^{\infty} \frac{1}{(a+n)^{s}} $.
Notice that $\zeta(s) = \zeta(s,1)$.
So the Hurwitz zeta function is a generalization of the Riemann zeta function.
And just like the...
Here is another integral representation of $\zeta(s)$ that is valid for all complex values of $s$.
It's similar to the first one, but a bit harder to derive.$ \displaystyle \zeta(s) = 2 \int_{0}^{\infty} \frac{\sin (s \arctan t)}{(1+t^{2})^{s/2} (e^{2 \pi t} - 1)} \ dt + \frac{1}{2} +...
Show that $\displaystyle \zeta(s) = \frac{2^{s-1}}{1-2^{1-s}} \int_{0}^{\infty} \frac{\cos (s \arctan t)}{(1+t^{2})^{s/2} \cosh \left( \frac{\pi t}{2} \right)} \ dt $The cool thing about this representation is that it is valid for all complex values of $s$ excluding $s=1$.
This integral is...
In an article it is given that,
\zeta(s)=\text{exp}
(\sum_{n=1}^\infty\frac{\Lambda{(n)}}{\text{log}(n)}n^{-s})
$\zeta(s)$ has pole at $s=1$ and zeroes at several $s=\rho$.
here i think he considered the function inside the exponential rather than whole exponential to obtain poles and zeroes...
I saw a picture of what it might look like when I was researching it, but I'm confused about something. The picture's caption said that the complex coordinates were darkened as their value got larger, leading to a helpful graph, but I do not understand what scale they used. For my program, I...
Hello,
In the low temp. limit of Debye law for specific heat, we encounter the following integral:
∫(x4 ex)/(ex-1)2 dx, from 0 to ∞.
The result is 4∏2/15.
I have searched and found this to be related to zeta function but zeta functions do not have ex in the numerator so I am unable...
I was looking at the Wolfram Alpha page on the Riemann Zeta Function Zeros which can be found here, http://mathworld.wolfram.com/RiemannZetaFunctionZeros.html
At the top of the pag there are three graphs each with what looks to be a hole through the graph. Now I know the graph is an Argand...
Hi, I was playing with Riemann zeta function on mathematica. I encountered with a quite interesting result. I iterated Riemann zeta function for zero. (e.g Zeta...[Zeta[Zeta[0]]]...] It converges into a specific number which is -0.295905. Also for any negative values of Zeta function, iteration...
Riemann's zeta function "fractal" because of Voronin?
I am not sure which rubric this belongs to, but since the zeta function is involved, I am putting it here.
I noticed a comment (but was in too much of a hurry to remember the source) that, because of the "universality" of the Riemann zeta...
Hi. I just came back from my differential equation midterm and was surprised to see a problem with the Riemann-zeta equations on it. I think the problem went something like
"Prove that \pi/6 = 1 + (1/2)^2 + (1/3)^2 + ... "
The study guide did mention that "prepare for a problem or two...
Hi everybody.
I would like to find a book about the Distribution of Prime Numbers and the Riemann's Zeta Function.
I know about the "classical" books:
1) Titchmarsh's "The Theory of the Riemann Zeta-Function"
2) Ingham's "The Distribution of Prime Numbers"
3) Ivic's "The Riemann...
So Euler derived the analytic expression for the even integers of the Riemann Zeta Function. I was wondering if there is a link to his derivation somewhere?
Also, is there anyone else who used a different method to get the same answer as Euler?
Thank you
I'm looking for a semi-popular book on the Riemann hypotheses, on the scale of Derbyshire's book. It seems that Derbyshire and Edwards are the best in this area. Which one should I go for? The content must be quite extensive. Please suggest other ones too...