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Arithmetic Study Group: Relations among non-strict multiple zeta values

Presented by Yasuo Ohno, Kinki University

24 January 2008 14:15 in E102

Euler, the father of multiple zeta values, mainltreated non-strict multiple zeta values (MZSVs) in his article. The Q-algebras spanned by strict (ordinary) multiple zeta values (MZVs) and MZSVs are the same to each other. I am planning to review and compare various relations among MZVs and MZSVs and explain an advantage of MZSVs in studying the explicit structure of the algebra. I will also introduce new identities and prospects which are proper to MZSVs.

Contact herbert.gangl@durham.ac.uk or ismael.souderes@durham.ac.uk or abhijnan.rej@durham.ac.uk for more information