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Topic: Notation for infinite continued fraction
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Herman Rubin

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Notation for infinite continued fraction
Posted: Mar 28, 2012 2:14 PM
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There is a notation (various forms) for

sum(x(i), i=m..n)

and for

prod(x(i), i=m..n),

where m could be -infinity or n could be infinity.

Is there a corresponding notation for infinite
continued fractions?


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