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An Isaac Newton Institute Workshop

Random Matrix Theory and Arithmetic Aspects of Quantum Chaos

The double Riemann zeta function

Author: Shin-ya Koyama (Keio University)


A double zeta function is defined as a function having zeros at sum of zeros of an original zeta function. The aim of this talk is to construct the double Riemann zeta function, and express it as a double Euler product which is a product over pairs of prime numbers.