# Discrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science

## Volume 7 n° 1 (2005), pp. 11-24

author: | Mohamud Mohammed |

title: | Infinite families of accelerated series for some classical constants by the Markov-WZ Method |

keywords: | WZ theory, series convergence, hypergeometric series |

abstract: | In this article we show the Markov-WZ Method in action as it finds rapidly converging series representations for a
given hypergeometric series. We demonstrate the method by finding
new representations for *log(2),ζ(2)* and
*ζ(3)*.
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reference: |
Mohamud Mohammed (2005),
Infinite families of accelerated series for some classical constants by the Markov-WZ Method,
*Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science* 7, pp. 11-24 |

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