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Vrsr −1 . 8) 1≤s j The first series Zag• , via its Taylor coefficients, gives rise to yet another Q-prebasis {Za• } for the Q-ring of multizetas. , ) r =: Za 1 u s11 −1 . . u rsr −1 . 9) 1≤s j These power series are actually convergent: they define generating functions 7 that are meromorphic, with multiple poles at simple locations. 11) k→∞ k→∞ k→∞ k→∞ 5 d is called degree, because under the correspondence scalars → generating series, the multizetas become coefficients of monomials of total degree d.

C p ) (−σ + d1 )... , (−σ + bn ) are to the left of the contour. 3) is most conveniently evaluated with the help of the residuum theorem by closing the contour to the left or to the right. 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 .

L j . l j . 19) j=1 An example for a quasi-shuffle algebra are nested sums. Let n a and n b be integers with n a < n b and let f 1 , f 2 , ... be functions defined on the integers. , f k ; n a , n b ) = nb i 1 =n a f 1 (i 1 ) i 1 −1 i k−1 −1 f 2 (i 2 )... i 2 =n a f k (i k ). , fr ; n a , i −1). 21) Note that the product of two letters corresponds to the point-wise product of the two functions: ( f i , f j ) (n) = f i (n) f j (n). 2. 2. 2. Sketch of the proof for the quasi-shuffle product of nested sums.

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