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Quantum Mechanics Meets Number Theory

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We suggest a way to determine the Riemann zeta function with the help of quantum mechanics. Furthermore, we discuss the factoring abilities of Gauss sums and introduce a way to calculate them with the help of entanglement.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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