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An introduction to finite fibonomial calculus

Ewa Krot (2004)

Open Mathematics

This is an indicatory presentation of main definitions and theorems of Fibonomial Calculus which is a special case of ψ-extented Rota's finite operator calculus [7].

Extended finite operator calculus-an example of algebraization of analysis

Andrzej Kwaśniewski, Ewa Borak (2004)

Open Mathematics

“A Calculus of Sequences” started in 1936 by Ward constitutes the general scheme for extensions of classical operator calculus of Rota-Mullin considered by many afterwards and after Ward. Because of the notation we shall call the Ward's calculus of sequences in its afterwards elaborated form-a ψ-calculus. The ψ-calculus in parts appears to be almost automatic, natural extension of classical operator calculus of Rota-Mullin or equivalently-of umbral calculus of Roman and Rota. At the same time this...

Extensions of umbral calculus II: double delta operators, Leibniz extensions and Hattori-Stong theorems

Francis Clarke, John Hunton, Nigel Ray (2001)

Annales de l’institut Fourier

We continue our programme of extending the Roman-Rota umbral calculus to the setting of delta operators over a graded ring E * with a view to applications in algebraic topology and the theory of formal group laws. We concentrate on the situation where E * is free of additive torsion, in which context the central issues are number- theoretic questions of divisibility. We study polynomial algebras which admit the action of two delta operators linked by an invertible power series, and make related constructions...

Fully degenerate poly-Bernoulli numbers and polynomials

Taekyun Kim, Dae San Kim, Jong-Jin Seo (2016)

Open Mathematics

In this paper, we introduce the new fully degenerate poly-Bernoulli numbers and polynomials and inverstigate some properties of these polynomials and numbers. From our properties, we derive some identities for the fully degenerate poly-Bernoulli numbers and polynomials.

Identities arising from higher-order Daehee polynomial bases

Dae San Kim, Taekyun Kim (2015)

Open Mathematics

Here we will derive formulas for expressing any polynomial as linear combinations of two kinds of higherorder Daehee polynomial basis. Then we will apply these formulas to certain polynomials in order to get new and interesting identities involving higher-order Daehee polynomials of the first kind and of the second kind.

Sur la formule d’inversion de Lagrange

Charles Delorme (2007)

Annales de la faculté des sciences de Toulouse Mathématiques

On se propose de démontrer que la formule d’inversion de Lagrange est encore valide sur un anneau commutatif, même pour une série ayant quelques termes à coefficients nilpotents avant le terme de degré 1 (dont le coefficient est inversible). On n’use que de techniques algébriques.

The monotone cumulants

Takahiro Hasebe, Hayato Saigo (2011)

Annales de l'I.H.P. Probabilités et statistiques

In the present paper we define the notion of generalized cumulants which gives a universal framework for commutative, free, Boolean and especially, monotone probability theories. The uniqueness of generalized cumulants holds for each independence, and hence, generalized cumulants are equal to the usual cumulants in the commutative, free and Boolean cases. The way we define (generalized) cumulants needs neither partition lattices nor generating functions and then will give a new viewpoint to cumulants....

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