OTHER WORDS FROM RiemannRie·mann·i·an [ree-mah-nee-uhn], /riˈmɑ ni ən/, adjective
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So, according to Riemann, because a straw can be cut only once — from end to end — it has exactly one hole.
The Riemann hypothesis also concerns the distribution of prime numbers and is one of the Clay Mathematics Institute’s “Millennium Problems” worth $1 million.
They identified a 744-rule Turing machine that halts if and only if the Riemann hypothesis is false.
In his revision of the chapter before us, Dr. Riemann proceeded from an entirely different point of view.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume II (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer
Well, Riemann's geometry is spherical geometry extended to three dimensions.
There is a sort of opposition between Riemann's geometry and that of Lobachevski.
The two-dimensional geometries of Riemann and Lobachevski are thus correlated to the Euclidean geometry.
The geometry of these surfaces reduces itself therefore to the spherical geometry, which is that of Riemann.