Borel summation

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Etymology[edit]

Introduced by Émile Borel in 1899.

Noun[edit]

Borel summation (usually uncountable, plural Borel summations)

  1. (mathematics) A summation method for divergent series, particularly useful for summing divergent asymptotic series, and in some sense giving the best possible sum for such series.

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