Contribution to the theory of generalized hypergeometric series by Remy Yohan Denis

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Published by Radha Publications in New Delhi .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Hypergeometric series.

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Includes bibliographical references.

Book details

StatementRemy Yohan Denis.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA353.H9 D46 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 273 p. ;
Number of Pages273
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6881840M
ISBN 10817487206X
LC Control Number00440611

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The theory of partitions, founded by Euler, has led in a natural way to series involving factors of the form (l-aq)(l-aq2)(l-aqn). These "basic hypergeometric series" or "Eulerian series" were studied system­ atically first by Heine [27].

Many early results go back to Euler, Gauss, and Jacobi. However, the theory has been developed to such an extent and with such a profusion of powerful and general results that the subject can appear quite formidable to the uninitiated.

By providing a simple approach to basic hypergeometric series, this book provides an excellent elementary introduction to the subject. Consequently, this book represents a significant further development of the theory and demonstrates how the Boyarksy principle may be given a cohomological interpretation.

The author includes an exposition of the relationship between this theory and Gauss sums and generalized Jacobi sums, and explores the theory of duality which throws new Cited by: The term “ hypergeometric series ” was first used by J.

Wallis in to refer to a generalization of the geometric series [Dut].Many leading mathematicians of the 18th and 19th centuries, such as Euler, Gauss, Jacobi, Kummer, Fuchs, Riemann, Schwarz and Klein (cf.

[K11, K12]) contributed to the study of hypergeometric Schwarz [Sch] solved the problem of finding those. The number of additions in both and is n, but the number of multiplications reduces from (n − 1)n/2, or O(n 2) for large n → ∞, resulting in a reduction in the computational time required for the numerical evaluation of the generalized hypergeometric series (see chapter 6).

theory. He also made important contributions to physics and astronomy. The term hypergeometric series was first used by John Wallis in his book Arithmetica Infinitorum.

Hypergeometric series were studied by Leonhard Euler, but the first full systematic treatment was given by Carl Friedrich Gauss ().

Michel Jambu CIMPA-Mongolia ( In mathematics, a generalized hypergeometric series is a power series in which the ratio of successive coefficients indexed by n is a rational function of series, if convergent, defines a generalized hypergeometric function, which may then be defined over a wider domain of the argument by analytic generalized hypergeometric series is sometimes just called the.

A difference equation analogue of the generalized hypergeometric differential equation is defined, its contiguous relations are developed, and its relation to numerous well-known classical special.

The word hypergeometric was first used Contribution to the theory of generalized hypergeometric series book describe the hypergeometric function, rather than the hypergeometric distribution.

In this section, the origin of the word “hypergeometric” will be explored along with the relationship between the original hypergeometric function and what is now known as the hypergeometric distribution. The. The (general) hypergeometric equation has one more property which has not yet been mentionned: it has as (formal) solution at 0 exactly a series whose sequence of coefficients satisfies a first-order linear recurrence equation with polynomial coefficients.

[One has to. This book presents a geometric theory of complex analytic integrals representing hypergeometric functions of several variables. Starting from an integrand which is a product of powers of polynomials, integrals are explained, in an open affine space, as a pair of twisted de Rham cohomology and its dual over the coefficients of local Contribution to the theory of generalized hypergeometric series book.

Buy the book Written in a wonderful expository style, this books succeeds in making its difficult subject matter accessible to a wide variety of people. Of course, mathematicians studying hypergeometric series will have great use for this book.

However, non-mathematicians can. " The work cited is Kummer [10], a fundamental seminal work in the theory of the hypergeometric series, and p. is the last page of this work of many pages [6, ]. The generalized Gauss function is also used in mathematical statistics and the basic analogues of the Gauss functions have applications in the field of number theory.

Dr Slater's treatment leads on from a discussion of the Gauss functions to the basic hypergeometric functions, the hypergeometric integrals, bilateral series and Appel series.

The book also has four appendices. The first sketches the theory of a class of hypergeometric series slightly more general than the (n+1, m+1) type. The second contains a brief discussion of the Selberg integral.

The third is background for the fourth, which was written by Toshitake Kohno. () Contiguous relations for 2F1 hypergeometric series. Journal of the Egyptian Mathematical Society() On some new contiguous relations for the Gauss hypergeometric.

History. The term "hypergeometric series" was first used by John Wallis in his book Arithmetica Infinitorum. Hypergeometric series were studied by Leonhard Euler, but the first full systematic treatment was given by Carl Friedrich Gauss (). Studies in the nineteenth century included those of Ernst Kummer (), and the fundamental characterisation by Bernhard Riemann () of the.

A solid reference on the subject. Material on generalized hypergeometric functions (starting with Gauss' hypergeometric function) is presented followed by the q analogy's. The material is advanced and is well written with a tight and readable typeface.

The introduction to q series will satisfy the beginner. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bailey, Wilfrid Norman, Generalized hypergeometric series. New York, Stechert-Hafner Service Agency, Extensive and detailed, this volume features 40 articles by leading researchers on topics in analytic number theory, probabilistic number theory, irrationality and transcendence, Diophantine analysis, partitions, basic hypergeometric series, and modular forms.

ROOK THEORY AND HYPERGEOMETRIC SERIES 5 Dworkin also investigated if and when the LHS of (8) factors for those boards obtained by permuting the columns of a Ferrers board. Earlier Stanley and Stembridge [StS] developed a version of rook theory which takes into account the cycle structure of rook placements and the associated di-graph.

The generalized hypergeometric function is given by a Hypergeometric Series, i.e., a series for which the ratio of successive terms can be written (1) (The factor of in the Denominator is present for historical reasons of notation.). Since the theory of general hypergeometric functions involves many mathematical aspects inter alia algebraic geometry, combinatorics, number theory and Hodge theory, we refer for more detailed.

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effectively to Distribution Theory. II) The generalized Hypergeometric Series Before introducing the hypergeometric function, we define the Pochhammer’s symbol If we substitute in eqn 1 we are left with If we multiply and divide eqn (2) by then we get So if we set The general Hypergeometric function is.

physics, molecular chemistry, and number theory. This paper presents a gen-eral theory of such functions for real division algebras. These functions, which generalize the classical hypergeometric functions, are defined by infinite series on the space S = S(n, F) of all n x n Hermitian matrices over the division algebra F.

Generalized Hypergeometric Functions. Transformations and group theoretical aspects Gauss first outlined his studies of the hypergeometric series which has been of great significance in the mathematical modelling of physical phenomena.

present a unified approach to the study of special functions of mathematics using Group theory. The. field of basic hypergeometric series, or q-series. It contains almost all of the important summation and transformation formulas of basic hypergeometric series one needs to know for work in fields such as combinatorics, number theory, modular forms, quan-tum groups and algebras, probability and statistics, coherent-state theory, orthogonal.

HYPERGEOMETRIC FUNCTIONS I 7 3. Integral formulae As before, let + n (or just +) denote the cone of positive de nite n nreal symmetric take as measure on + () ds= c n Y i j ds ij; where s= (s ij) 1 i;j nand c n= ˇ n(1)=4.

(This constant is built into the measure dsin order to prevent. Generalized Hypergeometric Series, by W.N. Bailey. Basic Hypergeometric Series (2nd edition), by George Gasper and Mizan Rahman. Theory of Hypergeometric Functions, by Kazuhiko Aomoto and Michitake Kita.

This book deals among other things with the geometric theory of complex analytic integrals representing hypergeometric functions of several. Contributions to the theory of q-hypergeometric series with applications, University Grants Commissions, Bhopal, India,Rs.

; Contributions to the theory of generalized hypergeometric series withapplications, Wonkwang University, Iksan, South Korea, August The contribution of Jacques Raynal to angular-momentum theory is highly valuable. In the present article, I intend to recall the main aspects of his work related to Wigner 3j symbols.

It is well known that the latter can be expressed with a hypergeometric series. The polynomial zeros of the 3j coefficients were initially characterized by the number of terms of the series minus one, which is.

() On the all-order ε-expansion of generalized hypergeometric functions with integer values of parameters. Journal of High Energy Physics() Multiple (inverse) binomial sums of arbitrary weight and depth and the all-order ε-expansion of generalized hypergeometric functions with one half-integer value of parameter.

Hypergeometric series terminates if either of the first two parameters is a negative integer: General term in the series expansion of Hypergeometric2F1: Expand Hypergeometric2F1 in a series near: Introductory Book. Wolfram Function Repository.

The series, if convergent, defines a generalized hypergeometric function, which may then be defined over a wider domain of the argument by analytic continuation. The generalized hypergeometric series is sometimes just called the hypergeometric series, though this term also sometimes just refers to the Gaussian hypergeometric series.

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Hypergeometric Series Truncated Hypergeometric Series a supercongruence conjecture of rodriguez villegas for a certain truncated hypergeometric function j number theory. The Hypergeometric Approach to Integral Transforms and Convolutions - Ebook written by S.B. Yakubovich, Yury Luchko.

Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Hypergeometric Approach to Integral Transforms and Convolutions. where the function [sub.2][1](*) is a special case of the generalized hypergeometric function, the Gauss hypergeometric function.

New Extension of Beta Function and Its Applications Equation (13) differs from the generalized hypergeometric function [sub.p][q](z) defined in (9) only by a constant multiplier. Other articles where Hypergeometric series is discussed: Carl Friedrich Gauss: that the series, called the hypergeometric series, can be used to define many familiar and many new functions.

But by then he knew how to use the differential equation to produce a very general theory of elliptic functions and to free the theory entirely from its origins in the theory.

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