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COMPUTING SCIENCE

The Spectrum of Riemannium

Brian Hayes

Acknowledgments

I owe the title of this column to Oriol Bohigas, who mentioned "the spectrum of Riemannium" in a talk at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute in Berkeley, where I was an embedded journalist in 1999. At that time I also benefitted from discussions with Alan Edelman, Peter Forrester, Andrew Odlyzko, Craig Tracy and others.








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