|Bill Allombert on Mon, 09 Oct 2017 20:59:10 +0200|
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|Re: idea 1 for Besançon atelier|
On Fri, Oct 06, 2017 at 09:59:00PM +0200, Vincent Delecroix wrote: > I tried with more or less success to get numerical approximations in PARI/GP > (sumnummonien is sometimes very wrong and sumnum is sometimes very slow). > Due to the very specific form of my numbers I believe that there are more > clever algorithms. > > In case I succeded to get approximations, I just use the very nice lindep > function to check relations with standard multizetas or product of zeta. It seems to me you can try to express your sum as linear combinaison of multi-zeta by rewriting the rational functions as linear combination of rational function of a special form. I give an example Let [a,b,c]=sum 1/(n^a*(n+m)^b*m^c) (which converges if a+b>=2 and b+c>=2) Then [a,b,c] = [c,b,a] [a,0,c] = zeta(a)*zeta(c) [a,b,0] = zetamult([b,a]) By summing the trivial identity 1/(m^a*(n+m)^b*n^(c-1)) + 1/(m^(a-1)*(n+m)^b*n^c) = 1/(m^a*(n+m)^(b-1)*n^c) we have [a,b,c-1]+[a-1,b,c]=[a,b-1,c] By applying this formula we get all the triples with a+b+c=6 [1,5,0]+[0,5,1] = [1,4,1] so [1,4,1] = 2*zetamult([5,1]) [1,4,1]+[0,4,2] = [1,3,2] so [1,3,2] = 2*zetamult([5,1])+zetamult([4,2]) [1,3,2]+[0,3,3] = [1,2,3] so [1,2,3] = 2*zetamult([5,1])+zetamult([4,2])+zetamult([3,3]) [1,2,3]+[0,2,4] = [1,1,4] so [1,1,4] = [1,2,3]+zetamult([2,4]) [1,3,2]+[2,3,1] = [2,2,2] so [2,2,2] = 4*zetamult([5,1])+2*zetamult([4,2]) [1,2,3]+[2,2,2] = [2,1,3] so [2,1,3] = [1,2,3]+[2,2,2] By continuing one last step, we get the two missing ones: [2,1,3]+[3,1,2] = [3,0,3] so zeta(3)^2 = something in term of zetamult [1,1,4]+[0,1,5] = [1,0,5] where both [0,1,5] and [1,0,5] are diverging multizeta value. It is remarkable this sum can be interpreted as the difference of two diverging multizeta values. Cheers, Bill.