the Riemann Zeta function
(optional) algebraic expression, understood to be a non-negative integer
The zeta function is defined for Re(z)>1 by
and is extended to the rest of the complex plane (except for the point z=1) by analytic continuation. The point z=1 is a simple pole.
The call zeta(n, z) gives the nth derivative of the zeta function,
zeta(z) will evaluate by default only when the result is an exact value, or when the input z is a floating point number. When z is a symbolic expression, it will remain in function form so that it can be manipulated symbolically by itself or as part of a larger expression.
If z is an array or matrix, the result is an element-wise mapping over z.
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