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Mittag-Leffler series for generating continuum sum?
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Hmm. P.S. continuum sum means interpolation of sum operator to non-integer bounds, e.g. summing a function from, say, 0 to 1/2 or something (so, a sum whose bounds can range in the continuum).
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RE: Mittag-Leffler product ? Ramanujan's master theorem - by mike3 - 12/13/2009, 08:19 PM

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