Originally Posted by

**ihateyouall** I don't really know where to put this however I thought that it might fit in here.

We have that an integral is often considered as a sort of continuous analogue to the notion of a summation, however is there any way in which one can achieve a continuous analogue to a product? I suppose in a more pressing sense, would such an analogue have any real meaning, as in could it be sensibly defined (irrespective of whatever it might be used for)?

I was considering the idea that if one already has the generalisation of the sum then one could use logarithms to extend this; is this in any way sensible?