Multiple q-Zeta Brackets
AbstractThe multiple zeta values (MZVs) possess a rich algebraic structure of algebraic relations, which is conjecturally determined by two different (shuffle and stuffle) products of a certain algebra of noncommutative words. In a recent work, Bachmann constructed a q-analogue of the MZVs—the so-called bi-brackets—for which the two products are dual to each other, in a very natural way. We overview Bachmann’s construction and discuss the radial asymptotics of the bi-brackets, its links to the MZVs, and related linear (in)dependence questions of the q-analogue. View Full-Text
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Zudilin, W. Multiple q-Zeta Brackets. Mathematics 2015, 3, 119-130.
Zudilin W. Multiple q-Zeta Brackets. Mathematics. 2015; 3(1):119-130.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zudilin, Wadim. 2015. "Multiple q-Zeta Brackets." Mathematics 3, no. 1: 119-130.