In June of this year the mathematician Louis de Branges published in Internet a proposed "proof" of the Riemann Hypothesis. The page is:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

http://www.math.purdue.edu/~branges/riemannzeta.pdf [Broken]

Years ago De Branges proved the Bieberbach Conjecture. He has tried several times to proof the RH, always failing. For that reason their peers do not take seriously his last atempt.

Anyway, maybe someone of you know something more about this?? Maybe the "proof" hanged in the web (128 pages long) has been already discarded, with mathematical reasons?

Regards,

Castilla.

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# De Branges and the Riemann Hypothesis

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