Solution Kept Secret

January 2004
Mathematical Intelligencer;Winter2004, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p7
Academic Journal
Reports on the refusal on the proof on Riemann Hypothesis found by professor Alain Connes and a phycisist. Denials of the rumor; Presence of the elementary proof of the Prime Number Theorem; Need for Connes to have their proof on file.


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