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Mittag-Leffler series for generating continuum sum?
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Geez, the number of terms in that puppy grows up insanely fast! already has over a trillion terms... Is there any way to actually "use" this formula? Especially if we put in the Bernoulli polynomials for the continuum sum, then the number of terms gets even bigger and it gets even hairier(!). So I'd be curious if this is the same as the other formula (the one supposedly mentioned in the 1905 book) or not.

EDIT: got that wrong, that's a trillion operations not terms. The maximum degree for is just Smile But still, it's a lot of operations!
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RE: Mittag-Leffler series for generating continuum sum? - by mike3 - 12/11/2009, 11:45 AM

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