Source: Kyoto J. Math.
Volume 52, Number 3
As a continuation of the work of Bourgade, Fujita, and Yor, we show how to recover the extension of the Euler formulae concerning some special values of the Hurwitz zeta function from the product of two, and then $N$, independent generalized Cauchy variables. Meanwhile, we consider the ratio of two independent generalized Cauchy variables and give another proof of the partial fraction expansion of the cotangent function.
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