David Haight’s solution to the Clay Mathematics Institute millennium problem of the Riemann Hypothesis regarding prime numbers has been posted on the internet for world-wide evaluation.

October 2nd, 2013 by Nikki-Ann

David Haight, without his instigation, has been notified by the Taylor and Francis Group, an online publisher and division of Routledge, Inc., that his solution to the Clay Mathematics Institute millennium problem of the Riemann Hypothesis regarding prime numbers has been posted on the internet for world-wide evaluation.  The paper, “Scaling Riemann’s Mountain: Summa Characteristica and The Riemann Hypothesis,” originally appeared in “The Journal of Interdisciplinary Mathematics,” vol. 11, number 6, December 2008.  A follow-up paper regarding the Generalized Riemann Hypothesis was published in the same journal in October 2010.

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