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2 n n +n ( y yq ) q n + 1 ( a ) n GENERALIZED HYPERGEOMETRIC SERIES -J (1 2 0 * 2 "yq) 1 (1-yq) d + 27 *s + ... d-yq 2 )(1-q) / vn n + JXILH n ^ n (yq 2 ) n (q) r + ... 3) follows easily. We now formalize this process. Let II be or one of our infinite products n N , N >_ 0. 4) I t n=1 n = 1 + 1 or (xq) (yq). 6) n. b To this purpose we decompose each term n tn = a n + bn. We then rearrange our series so that the "a part" term. 1 + 1 of each term is grouped with the When lim a = 0 , n >» n is grouped with "b part" a,.
Algebraic numbers and Fourier analysis by Raphael Salem