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Series problem


	I want to expand the Cosine only in the expression:
Cos[b x] Exp[-x^2]/(k^2+x^2) into a taylor series around 0.
Computing the series in terms of x don't work, because the exponetial and
the divisor will be expanded as well, when the series of the Cosine is 
multiplied by the other factors.
Making the series expansion in terms of b don't work, because Mathematica 
can't integrate the resulting series expansion in terms of x.
Are there any way to handle this except by introducing a new representation
for function series. 
(The problem I'm currently interested in is finding a series for the function
f[b_,k_] = Integrate[Cos[b x] Exp[-x^2]/(k^2+x^2),{x,-Infinity,Infinity}],
which is valid for small b)
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