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Multiple sum with iterators that cannot equal

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  • Subject: [mg19365] Multiple sum with iterators that cannot equal
  • From: Eric Spahr <rspahr at worldnet.att.net>
  • Date: Fri, 20 Aug 1999 23:09:40 -0400
  • Organization: AT&T WorldNet Services
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Using  multiple summmation signs with condition 'i "not
equal" j', evaluation stops immediately as 'i' starts as
1 as does 'j'.  My formula requires that the 'i's' and
'j's' together:

	Sum[Sum[f,{j,1,n}],{i,1,n}] ignore cases where i = j.

	Or as copied from my notebook:

\!\(\(\(\[Sum]\+\(i = 1\)\%n\[Sum]\+\(j = 1\)\%n\)\+\(i
!= j\)\) \(w\_i\) 
    w\_j\)

How do I solve this without some cumbersome loops.

Many Thanks

Eric Spahr
Cottage Technology	rspahr at worldnet.att.net


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