Multiple Zeta Values at Non-Positive Integers
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Values of Euler-Zagier's multiple zeta function at non-positive integers are studied, especially at (0,0,...,−n) and (−n,0,...,0). Further we prove a symmetric formula among values at non-positive integers.
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