Generalized hypergeometric series by Wilfrid Norman Bailey

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Subjects:

  • Series,
  • Hypergeometric functions

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Bibliography: p. [103]-108.

Book details

Statementby W.N. Bailey.
SeriesCambridge tracts in mathematics and mathematical physics,, no. 32
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LC ClassificationsQA295 .B3 1964
The Physical Object
Pagination108 p.
Number of Pages108
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5917322M
LC Control Number64020393
OCLC/WorldCa1342434

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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 n.

The series, if convergent, defines a generalized hypergeometric function, which may then be defined over a wider domain of. 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. 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).

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Buy Generalized Hypergeometric Series. on birminghamasphaltcontractor.com FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: W.N. Bailey. series are never zero. When one of the numerator parameters a i equals −N, where N is a nonnegative integer, the hypergeometric function is a polynomial in z (see below).

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Gauss first outlined his studies of the hypergeometric series which has been of great significance in the mathematical modelling of physical phenomena.

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A generalization of the Gauss hypergeometric function to t variables is given, and the Euler identity is shown to hold for this generalized function. The corresponding generalization of the Saalschütz theorem is Cited by: W.N. Bailey: Generalized Hypergeometric Series. Published $$, Cambridge University Press.

Contents Preface Chapter I The hypergeometric series Introduction Pochhammer Hypergeometric 2F1 Chapter II Generalized hypergeometric series. By means of the extended beta function B(l) b,d, we introduce new extensions of the generalized hypergeometric functions and present some new integral and series representations (including the.

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The motivation for computing hypergeometric functions. Jun 25,  · A p F q hypergeometric series is a power series where the coefficient of x n /n. has p shifted factorials in the numerator and q in the denominator. Except for the 1 F 0, which is the binomial series, the most common type is the 2 F 1, so much so that this book (and many other books, mostly older ones) suppresses the subscripts 2 and 1 after.

Apr 12,  · Sufficient conditions are obtained on the parameters of Lommel function of the first kind, generalized Struve function of the first kind and the confluent hypergeometric function. When q + 1. 53 ON HYPERGEOMETRIC SERIES ASSOCIATED WITH THE GENERALIZED ZETA FUNCTIONS Maged G.

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Notebook which overlaps the present book in significant ways. Research on g-hypergeometric series is significantly more active now than when Fine began his researches.

There are now major interactions with Lie algebras, combinatorics, special functions, and number theory. I am immensely pleased that Fine has finally decided to publish this mono­.

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The first five chapters cover basic hypergeometric series and integrals, whilst the next five are devoted to applications in various areas including Askey-Wilson integrals and orthogonal polynomials, partitions in number theory, multiple series, orthogonal polynomials in several variables, and generating birminghamasphaltcontractor.com by: gin by defining Gauss’ 2F1 hypergeometric series, the rF s (generalized) hyper-geometric series, and pointing out some of their most important special cases.

Next we define Heine’s 2φ1 basic hypergeometric series which contains an addi-tional parameter q, called the base, and then give the definition and notations for rφ s basic.

Pad e approximations of generalized hypergeometric series Tapani Matala-aho Tokyo March Abstract We shall present short proofs for type II Pad e approximations of the generalized hypergeometric and q-hypergeometric series F(t) = X1 n=0 Q n 1 k=0 P(k) Q n 1 k=0 Q(k) tn; F q(t) = X1 n=0 Q n 1 k=0 P(q k) Q Generalized Hypergeometric.

Acknowledgements: The authors are pleased to acknowledge the assistance of B. Braaksma with §§ and Notes: The main references used in writing this chapter are Erdélyi et al. (), Luke (a, ).For additional bibliographic reading see Appell and Kampé de Fériet (), Andrews et al.

and Slater (). Referenced by. Mar 14,  · Part of the MATRIX Book Series book series (MXBS, volume 2) Abstract We define a finite-field version of Appell–Lauricella hypergeometric functions built from period functions in several variables, paralleling the development by Fuselier et al.

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This definition contains the tilde operator and the symbol ∞, dating back to the year The notation (q;l;λ), a q-analogue of the Srivastava notation for a multiple index, plays a special role. We distinguish different kind of parameters (exponents etc.) by the Author: Thomas Ernst.

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$\begingroup$ hypergeometric series are also mentioned in Wilf's book which is freely available here. 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.).

Generalized hypergeometric series can be characterized as power series such that is a rational function of. An analogous characterization for series in two variables was given by J. Horn. This yields a class of power series in two variables which includes the various Appell's hypergeometric series, cf.

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is called a hypergeometric function of the second kind. The series (2) is absolutely and uniformly convergent if ; the convergence also extends over the unit circle if ; if it converges at all points of the unit circle birminghamasphaltcontractor.comr, there exists an analytic continuation of the hypergeometric function (2) to the exterior of the unit disc with the slit.

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Compute the hypergeometric function for these numbers. Because these numbers are floating point, hypergeom returns floating-point results. Hypergeometric Series, Hypergeometric Functions. A hypergeometric series is a power series where the ratio of the coefficients of x n+1 and x n is a rational function of n.

The zeroes and poles of that function (usually assumed to be real numbers) are considered explicit "parameters" in the "hypergeometric function" defined as the sum of such a power series.the monotony of the quotient of two generalized hypergeometric functions with shifted parameters.

The proofs hinge on a generalized Stieltjes representation of the generalized hypergeometric function. This representation also provides yet another method to deduce the second Thomae relation for .The LHS summation is probably something like a standard Generalized Hypergeometric evaluated at 1.

Just my approach:) This sort of thing is tedious but if you need I will. $\endgroup$ – .

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