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[1]    The Bakerian Lecture 1987. Quantum Chaology. M. V. Berry FRS, University of Bristol, March 1987. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London “Dynamical Chaos”

[2]    S. O. Rice, “Mathematical Analysis of Random Noise”, in Selected Papers on Noise and Stochastic Processes, pp 133-294, NY Ed., Dover, 1954

[3]    “Sonar for Practising Engineers”. c Thomson Marconi Sonar Ltd, 2nd Edition. 1998. Chapter 5 “Sources of Noise in Sonar Systems”, Chapter 9 “The Sonar Equations”. A. D. Waite. ISBN 0 9528033 1 3 Paperback

[4]    Principles of Underwater Sound by Robert J. Urick. 3rd edition: McGraw Hill, 1983.

[5]    Woon, S.C. (1994-06-11). "Riemann zeta function is a fractal". Retrieved on 2007-12-21.

[6]    Random matrix theory and zeta z(1/2+it) (2000) J.P. Keating and N.C. Snaith Communications in Mathematical Physics, vol: 214, Pages: 57 – 89

[7]    The Music of the Primes. Chapter 11:  “From Orderly Zeros to Quantum Chaos”. M. du Sautoy.

[8]    Refer to the interesting number theory subject resource contains graph from Brian Conrey’s survey article on the Riemann Hypothesis. Notices of the AMS (2003), p. 346

[9]    Modelling Families of L-Functions - Fig 3.1. D. Farmer. arXiv:math/0511107v1 [math.NT]. Nov 2005.

[10]    Number and Randomness Algorithmic Information Theory -Latest Results on the Foundations of Mathematics. Edited Transcript. Gregory J. Chaitin, IBM Research Division, New York. Lecture given Tuesday 15 January 1991 in the Technical University of Vienna, at a meeting on “Mathematik und Weltbild'”

[11]    Thoughts on the Riemann Hypothesis. arXiv:math/0306042 v4. Sep 2003. Gregory J. Chaitin.

[12]    My website

[13]    Scientific American Reports (Special Edition on Astrophysics). Volume 17, Number 1, 2007 – “Reality-bending Black Holes” pp 66 ‘Information in the Holographic Universe’ by Jacob D. Bekenstein, pp 74 ‘The Illusion of Gravity’ by Juan Maldacena.

[14]    Riemann Hypothesis. 6th - 11th August 2007 Rewrite Science - The Universal Semantic Calculus and Grammatical Cosmos Symposium 10A - CASYS 07. Bernard M. Diaz, Peter Marcer, Peter Rowlands.

[15]     “The Trouble with Physics: The Rise of String Theory, the Fall of a Science, and What Comes Next”. Lee Smolin. (Published Allen Lane, an imprint of Penguin Books, London. 2007).



A.1 References

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