Multiplicative functions on the lattice of non-crossing partitions and free convolution.

Roland Speicher

Mathematische Annalen (1994)

  • Volume: 298, Issue: 4, page 611-628
  • ISSN: 0025-5831; 1432-1807/e

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Speicher, Roland. "Multiplicative functions on the lattice of non-crossing partitions and free convolution.." Mathematische Annalen 298.4 (1994): 611-628. <http://eudml.org/doc/165189>.

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