@article{xue2014,
author = {Xue, Ren Yong and Yi, Ren},
title = {Proof of Goldbach Conjecture},
year = {2014},
month = {2},
volume = {7},
pages = {1--8},
journal = {Bulletin of Mathematical Sciences and Applications},
doi = {10.18052/www.scipress.com/BMSA.7.1},
keywords = {Create Double Coordinate System, Sum of a Prime Number, Infinite Sets, Generalized Integral Value, Equations, Inference},
abstract = {This paper through the creation of "double rectangular coordinate system", within the I quadrants, each coordinate axis coordinates all constitute the infinite sets. Coordinates with infinite sets one toone correspondence between the elements within and equal relationship. With any of the sum of two odd prime Numbers (a + b) to form a square area, length for a quarter of a square area A1 "square" diagonal integration method, a quarter of a square area A1 equation is derived with the definite integral equation; A1 area value of the argument as infinite generalized integral value, and deduce the equations, the Goldbach conjecture.}
}