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(Under construction) This series is divergent, so we may be able to do something with it. — Heaviside The divergent series for the pole of the Riemann zeta function is Lets’s use Mellin transform interpolation (essentially the master’s (Ramanujan) master … Continue reading
The magic of Mangoldt summoning Riemann’s miraculous miniscules-the nontrivial zeros. In response to observations initiated by Matt McIrvin of a sum of exponentials of the imaginary part of the non-trivial zeroes of the Riemann zeta function, assuming the Riemann hypothesis … Continue reading
The background info and comments for the MSE question Lie group heuristics for a raising operator for and the MO question Riemann zeta function at positive integers and an Appell sequence of poylnomials introduce an Appell sequence of polynomials containing … Continue reading
Draft Interpolation of the generalized binomial coefficients underlie the representation of a particular class of fractional differintegro operators by convolution integrals and Cauchy-like complex contour integrals.
Relations between the normalized Mellin transform (MT) and Newton interpolation (NI) can shed some light on the validity of a finite difference formula for the derivative alluded to in the MathOverflow question MO-Q: Derivative in terms of finite differences. From … Continue reading