The practical use of the Euler transformation
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The generalised Euler transformation is a powerful transformation of infinite series which can be used, in theory, for the acceleration of convergence and for analytic continuation. When the transformation is applied to a series with rounded coefficients, its behaviour can differ substantially from that predicted theoretically. In general, analytic continuation is impossible in this case. It is still possible, however, to use the transformation for acceleration of convergence, but some changes are necessary in the method of choosing the optimum parameter value.
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