Being the author of this post, please note that this item was initialy placed under the Analysis category on this website, because as for me in its very first statement it falls under this category. The editor of the site decided to move it under "Number Theory" because a lot of mathematicians think that the problem is intrinsincally related to number theory. Even though they represent the majority, and numerous links between this problem and Number Theory are well established, this is not my opinion. There are lot of ways to approach this problem, sometimes completely unrelated to number theory, and if I were to locate this entry into a mathematical domain that is best suited for a direct proof of the Riemann Hypothesis, I would have located it under Group Theory\Representation Theory. But it is only the opinion of an amateur in mathematics...

## Post initialy placed in the Analysis Category

Being the author of this post, please note that this item was initialy placed under the Analysis category on this website, because as for me in its very first statement it falls under this category. The editor of the site decided to move it under "Number Theory" because a lot of mathematicians think that the problem is intrinsincally related to number theory. Even though they represent the majority, and numerous links between this problem and Number Theory are well established, this is not my opinion. There are lot of ways to approach this problem, sometimes completely unrelated to number theory, and if I were to locate this entry into a mathematical domain that is best suited for a direct proof of the Riemann Hypothesis, I would have located it under Group Theory\Representation Theory. But it is only the opinion of an amateur in mathematics...

Rgds, eric