Is there any way to calculate this efficiently? It's only nested summations where the top limit of the next summation, is the iterator variable of the previous. Thanx in advance
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Originally Posted by phsoftnet Is there any way to calculate this efficiently? It's only nested summations where the top limit of the next summation, is the iterator variable of the previous. Thanx in advance I hope you are asking the following formula (this is what my signature reads) ................_ You may easiliy generalize this as follows: where stands for the factorial function, i.e. You may also refer to discrete Taylor's formula.
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