By Tracy Kompelien

Ebook annotation now not on hand for this title.**Title: **2-D Shapes Are in the back of the Drapes!**Author: **Kompelien, Tracy**Publisher: **Abdo Group**Publication Date: **2006/09/01**Number of Pages: **24**Binding sort: **LIBRARY**Library of Congress: **2006012570

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1313. [19] F. B ROWN, Commun. Math. Phys. 1660. [20] F. 0114. [21] F. B ROWN and K. 5429. [22] O. 2856. [23] O. 0905. [24] P. A LUFFI and M. M ARCOLLI, Commun. Num. Theor. Phys. 1690. [25] P. A LUFFI and M. 2514. 24 Christian Bogner and Stefan Weinzierl [26] P. A LUFFI and M. 2107. [27] P. A LUFFI and M. 3225. [28] C. B ERGBAUER , R. B RUNETTI and D. 0633. [29] S. L APORTA, Phys. Lett. B549, 115 (2002), hep-ph/0210336. [30] S. L APORTA and E. R EMIDDI, Nucl. Phys. B704, 349 (2005), hepph/0406160.

To sum up all residues which lie inside the contour it is useful to know the residues of the Gamma function: (−1)n , n! (−1)n res ( (−σ + a), σ = a + n) = − . n! 5) In general there are multiple contour integrals, and as a consequence one obtains multiple sums. >i k >0 1 m1 ... 1 ik mk . >i k xkik x1i1 . . 8) k is called the depth of the Z -sum and w = m 1 + ... + m k is called the weight. , xk ). 9) For x1 = ... ,m k (n). 10) For n = ∞ and x1 = ... ,m k . 11) 22 Christian Bogner and Stefan Weinzierl The usefulness of the Z -sums lies in the fact, that they interpolate between multiple polylogarithms and Euler-Zagier sums.

13 Hence the question: how many irreducibles (let us call that number Dd,r ) must one pick in each cell of degree d and length r to get a complete and free system of irreducibles? The so-called BK-conjectures,14 which were formulated in 1996 (they applied to the genuine rather than formal multizetas, and resulted from purely numerical tests) suggest a startlingly complicated formula for Dd,r but no plausible rationale for its strange form. Soon after that, we published in [4] a convincing explanation for the formula, which however went largely unnoticed.