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We construct and study a certain zeta function which interpolates multi-poly-Bernoulli numbers at nonpositive integers and whose values at positive integers are linear combinations of multiple zeta values. This function can be regarded as the one to be paired up with the
-function defined by Arakawa and Kaneko. We show that both are closely related to the multiple zeta functions. Further we define multi-indexed poly-Bernoulli numbers, and generalize the duality formulas for poly-Bernoulli numbers by introducing more general zeta functions.
We study the values of the zeta-function of the root system of type G2 at positive integer points. In our previous work we considered the case when all integers are even, but in the present paper we prove several theorems which include the situation when some of the integers are odd. The underlying reason why we may treat such cases, including odd integers, is also discussed.
In this paper, we consider certain double series analogous to Tornheim’s double series and real analytic Eisenstein series. By computing double integrals in two ways, we express the double series as a sum of products of polylogarithms. The technique generalises one given by Kanemitsu, Tanigawa and Yoshimoto. Evaluating the double series at particular points gives new evaluations for certain double series in terms of values of the Riemann zeta function and the dilogarithm which are analogues of formulas of Mordell and Goncharov.
We prove the holomorphic continuation of certain multi-variable multiple zeta-functions whose coefficients satisfy a suitable recurrence condition. In fact, we introduce more general vectorial zeta-functions and prove their holomorphic continuation. Moreover, we show a vectorial sum formula among those vectorial zeta-functions from which some generalizations of the classical sum formula can be deduced.
In our previous work, we established the theory of multi-variable Witten zeta-functions, which are called the zeta-functions of root systems. We have already considered the cases of types A2, A3, B2, B3 and C3. In this paper, we consider the case of G2-type. We define certain analogues of Bernoulli polynomials of G2-type and study the generating functions of them to determine the coefficients of Witten's volume formulas of G2-type. Next, we consider the meromorphic continuation of the zeta-function of G2-type and determine its possible singularities. Finally, by using our previous method, we give explicit functional relations for them which include Witten's volume formulas.
In this paper, we consider certain classes of Eisenstein-type series involving hyperbolic functions, and prove some formulas for them which can be regarded as relevant analogues of our previous results. We can also regard these formulas as certain generalizations of the famous formulas for the ordinary Eisenstein series given by Hurwitz.
In this paper, we give certain analytic functional relations between the Mordell–Tornheim double zeta functions and the Riemann zeta function. These can be regarded as continuous generalizations of the known discrete relations between the Mordell–Tornheim double zeta values and the Riemann zeta values at positive integers discovered in the 1950's.
In this paper, we give certain analytic functional relations for the double harmonic series related to the double Euler numbers. These can be regarded as continuous generalizations of the known discrete relations obtained by the author recently.
In this paper, we give some evaluation formulas for the values of double L-series of Tornheim's type, in terms of the Dirichlet L-values and the Riemann zeta values at positive integers. As special cases, these give the formulas for double L-values given by Terhune.
We slightly modify the definitions of q-Hurwitz ζ-functions and q-L-series constructed by J. Satoh. By using these modified functions, we give some relations for the ordinary Dirichlet L-series. Especially we give an elementary proof of Katsurada’s formula on the values of Dirichlet L-series at positive integers.