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Hello

I have the following summation to do, 

d(l,m')=\sum_{N=-l'}^{l'}d(l',N,m')=d^{l'}_{00}(\dfrac{\pi}{2})d^{l'}_{0m'}(\dfrac{\pi}{2})f_{m'0}+\sum_{N=1}^{l'}((-1)^{l'}+1)d^{l'}_{0N}(\dfrac{\pi}{2})d^{l'}_{Nm'}(\dfrac{\pi}{2})f_{m'N}

where  d^{l'}_{0N} are the rotation matrix functions and  f_{m'N} is a piecewise function which takes a certain value at N=0, another value for N even and it takes 0 as a value for N odd.

The prblem is that I don't know how to write a summation for N even only so that in that case i can replace f_{m'N} by its expression for N even. The other way is to write f_{m'N} as a piecewise function but in that case, i don't know how to do it (I tried to use assuming N even ..) but got wrong answer.

Thank you for helping me solving my proble.

Best regards.

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