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Riemann

Georg Friedrich Bernhard . 1826--66, German mathematician whose non-Euclidean geometry was used by Einstein as a basis for his general theory of relativity
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Ferguson, An application of Stieltjes integration to the power series coefficients of the Riemann zeta function, Amer.
For Riemann, the clang serves as the link between vibrating bodies, which are audible, and tonality; as Alexander Rehding explains, Klang is both "sonority" and the major triad, the very foundation of tonal music (Alexander Rehding, Hugo Riemann and the Birth of Modern Musical Thought, [ Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003], 21).
In a footnote, with reference to a work by Adolf Sandberg, Riemann added yet another name--that of Jan Zach (whereas Filtz would be omitted from the group in the future).
Lautman discusses local versus global conceptions of space by resorting to the Theory of Relativity and the contrasting approaches in the works of Riemann and Klein.
To deal with the perturbed Riemann problem (1) and (2) it is essential to study various possible interactions of elementary waves for the Leroux system (1).
Then, the covariant components of Riemann tensors on S are defined by
Riemann paths with constant curvatures contain no obstacles.
The aim of this paper is to show that the zeros of the Riemann zeta function
Quand on demande a Torsten Riemann pourquoi avoir choisi le Maroc, il repond sans hesiter que c'est un pays [beaucoup moins que] rock n'roll, a l'image de ses habitants.
In the case of multi-valued analytic functions of a single complex variable, the proposed solution is called "The Riemann Surface'.
This sparked a renewed interest in the actual theories of Hugo Riemann (1849-1919).
Riemann reported having no relevant financial disclosures.