Cauchy product


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Cauchy product

[kō·shē ‚präd·əkt]
(mathematics)
A method of multiplying two absolutely convergent series to obtain a series which converges absolutely to the product of the limits of the original series:
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We use * to denote the Cauchy product of two species.
The Cauchy product turns Sp into a symmetric monoidal category.
In each of the above cases, the Cauchy product double series [[SIGMA].
k, l] do not guarantee convergence of the Cauchy product double series [[SIGMA].