Hi dear Maple's gurus.
I have the lists a and b:
a:=[A, B, C]
b:= [[K1,L1][K2,L2][K3,L3]]
I want to add the each term of "a" in the intervals given in "b":
sum(A from L1 to K1)+ ..+sum(C from L3 to K3).
I tried with this procedure:
> sums:= proc(a,b)
local j,tot;
tot:=0;
for j from 1 to nops(a) do
tot:=tot+sum(a[j], k=b[j,2]..b[j,1]);
end do:
end proc:
>sums([a1,a2,a3],[[ku1,kl1],[ku2,kl2],[ku3,kl3]]);
1. Is there some more efficient way to do the same?
2. I would like also that the sums on a[j] under the following 2 join conditions:
2.1. assuming that a[j] is real and positive, and

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