the RH, the 3D-NSE and the YME millennium problems
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A. A new integral and series representation of Riemann's symmetrical functional equation to prove the Riemann Hypothesis
B. A global unique H(1/2) (potential energy) inner product based weak solution of the 3D-Navier-Stokes equations
We provide a global unique (weak, generalized Hopf) H(1/2)-solution of the generalized 3D Navier-Stokes initial value problem. The global boundedness of a generalized energy inequality with respect to the energy Hilbert space H(1/2) is a consequence of the Sobolevskii estimate of the non-linear term (1959). The extended (energy) Hilbert space is in line with the proposed quantum potential energy space as proposed in section C. It provides a mathematical model for Mie's theory accompanied by Mie’s concept of an electric pressure enhancing the Maxwell equations. Mie's concept can be applied to the second unknown function in the NSE, the pressure p; the pressure function p can be represented as Riesz operator transforms of (u x u), while the gradient (force) operator applied to the unknown pressure function p becomes the Calderón-Zygmund integrodifferential operator applied to the (velocity) NSE-solution function u (EsG) p. 44.
For more details concerning the H(1/2) "potential energy" inner product we refer to the following section C. Further supporting papers are
C. A Krein space based quanta energy field theory
A Krein space based matter field theory is provided. From the Mie theory the concept of discrete energy knots is taken modelled by a physical problem specific (self-adjoint) kinetic energy operator. From the correspondingly defined Krein space framework the concept of a (self-adjoint) potential energy operator is applied. It enables the definition of potential energy norms on all of the Krein space built on sets of quantum numbers leading to a (vacuum, plasma, Mie) grouping of the concerned quantum elements. The proposed model provides an appropriate framework for the Mie theory, an enhanced Maxwell theory accompanied by the concept of an electric pressure. This Mie theory makes the YME and its underlying mass gap problem obsolete.
D. PhD thesis
The paper includes a proof of the quasi-optimal approximation behavior of the Ritz-Galerkin method in a Hilbert scale framework. The example 2 gives the model operator of the Symm (Pseudo-Differential) integral operator. Other examples would be the Calderon-Zygmund (singular integral) operator or the Hilbert transform (singular integral) operator.