I was wondering if one of the approaches to proving the RH involves limits of mobius transformations of the zeta function on the right side of the imaginary axis such that all the non-trivial zeros get mapped into an annulus; this annulus is then shown to contain an infinate number of zeros via the argument principle in the lim as the annulus' radii converge to the same value. In the lim, you have a mobius transformation of the critical line to the circumferance of the unit circle.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# RH involves limits of mobius transformations

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