I made some harsh/ignorant comments below…, and I apologize. I wish everyone the best. David Cole.

]]>k = 0,1,2,3…. n= 0,1,2… use k=0 for Riemann f(x) function

]]>How are k, P, and n related to each other?

]]>i = -1^.5

]]>i is for imaginary for S in the formula

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]]>Sunkhirous, is that a formula for the nontrivial zeros of the Riemann zeta function?

]]>I don’t see any connection. The approximations in this post are to the Riemann zeta function in a region at large height in the critical strip. The polynomials in that paper are constructed instead out of a (smoothed out) Taylor approximation of a high derivative of the Riemann xi function (with poles removed) at the central point . In this regime there does not seem to be a strong influence of either the zeroes of zeta or the rational primes, which are of course the two aspects of the zeta function that are of most importance in analytic number theory., and as a consequence the authors are able to get quite strong asymptotics in this regime.

]]>Have you read it? Could you comment on the significance of their findings and maybe on the if and how of it relating to the things you’ve been looking at with respect to the RH?

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