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What is presented below is not a complete record of what was discussed, which included a good deal of input from attendees.

The links below include all the materials which were handed out to attendees. Most of the technical details were summarised in this handout . Links will open in a new browser window.

1000 – 1115 | Introductory remarks. Slides Mathematical background. Slides |

1145 – 1300 | The distribution of the prime numbers, the ζ function and the Riemann Hypothesis (RH). Slides |

1400 – 1515 | Continuing on from before lunch (same slides). Here is the Excel programme to compute the ζ function for any real number (except 1) |

1545 – 1700 | Alternative forms of RH based mainly on the Robin-Lagarias Theorem and Frieze's Theorem on Expected Minimum Tree Length |