To use the implementation it is sufficient to study the notebook
. It contains a few examples to start with.
You find some easy and several more involved examples for using the implementation in our joint paper
- P. Paule and M. Schorn, A Mathematica Version of Zeilberger’s Algorithm for Proving Binomial Coefficient Identities, J. Symbolic Comput., 20 (1995), 673-698. [pdf]
The diploma thesis of Markus Schorn makes sure that the algorithm is indeed correct. Our implementation is closely related to the detailed background developed there. And again it contains several interesting examples.
- M. Schorn, Contributions to Symbolic Summation, Diploma Thesis, RISC, J. Kepler University, Linz, December 1995. [pdf]
Methods for tuning the algorithm are described in the paper
- A. Riese, Fine-Tuning Zeilberger’s Algorithm: The Methods of Automatic Filtering and Creative Substituting, in Symbolic Computation, Number Theory, Special Functions, Physics and Combinatorics (F.G. Garvan and M.E.H. Ismail, eds.), Developments in Mathematics, Vol. 4, pp. 243-254, Kluwer, 2001. [pdf]
Finally, in the book A = B
by M. Petkovsek, H. Wilf, and D. Zeilberger you find a collection of methods to automatically prove identities.