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Ca/projects/ISC In other cases, these tools are unable to identify the constant, and custom-written programs must be used, which typically take advantage of knowledge that certain sums are likely to involve a certain class of constants. As one example, we were inspired by a recent problem in the American Mathematical Monthly [5]. 16) where G = k≥0 (−1)k /(2k + 1)2 is Catalan’s constant. The third of these results is the result from the Monthly. 17) a2 − 1) − arctan( a4 − 1) . We will discuss techniques for computing definite integrals and sums of series to high precision in Chapter 3.

The result of this effort is the following list of relations. As it turns out, each of these are given either implicitly or explicitly in [46] or [129]. But just as important here is the apparent non-existence of additional relations. In particular, if a relation is not shown below for a given α and/or sign choice, that means (as a consequence of our calculations) that there is no such relation with integer coefficients whose Euclidean norm is less than 1010 . ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ ✐ 6. Ramanujan-Type Elliptic Series 47 For degree m = 1, with non-alternating signs: ∞ 4 π = 16 π = r(n)3 (1 + 6n) n=0 ∞ r(n)3 (5 + 42n) n=0 ∞ 1/4 12 π = 2n 1 2 1 8 2n √ √ √ r(n)3 (−15 + 9 3 − 36n + 24 3n) 2 − 3 4n n=0 ∞ 32 π = 51/4 π = √ 3 √ r(n) (−1 + 5 5 + 30n + 42 5n) n=0 ∞ √ ( 5 − 1)4 128 2n √ √ √ r(n)3 (−525 + 235 5 − 1200n + 540 5n) 5−2 8n .

Integer Relation Detection 29 before needing to release carries, since 5 + 48 = 53, and integers as large as 253 can be accommodated exactly in a 64-bit IEEE word. info This software includes C++ and Fortran-90 translation modules, so that these functions can be invoked from ordinary programs with only minor modifications to the source code. Another approach is to utilize arrays of integer data, with integer arithmetic operations, since all values in the data structure above are whole numbers. One disadvantage of this approach is it is hard to write programs that are both fast and easily portable to different systems.