By Anthony Sofo

ISBN-10: 0306478056

ISBN-13: 9780306478055

"This booklet collects in a single quantity the author’s huge leads to the world of the summation of sequence and their illustration in closed shape, and info the innovations in which they've been obtained... the calculations are given in lots of aspect, and heavily comparable paintings which has seemed in a number of locations is very easily gathered together." --The Australian Mathematical Society Gazette

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The zeros of tbis funetion are weil doeumented and sinee many research papers bave been interested in the stability of the solution oftbe differential-differenee equation, eonditions are given for the existence of eomplex eonjugate roots with negative real part. 4) if and only ifln (~ + b) = In ( -ce-a~) ; ~ eomplex, henee a~ + In (~ + b) = (2n + 1) 'Tri + In c, in which ease a Re (~) = - Re (in (b + 0) + lnc. If a > 0 :::}as I~I -) 00 then Re (~) -) -00 and if a < 0 :::}as I~I -) 00 then Re (0 -) 00.

N=O e YT / - - , where Tl 1 + OT] + e- ar/ = o. 39) gives L 00 71=0 (_l)n {te-uO/(l-n) _ nuoe-uo/(J-o:)}n n! 1 - 0: 1 - 0' _ ~ (-lt {te-UO/(l-a) _ (n ~ n! 1- 0' n=O + 1) uoe-uo/(l-a)}n e-~ 1= h (t) 0' ~ - h (t - uo) e- 1 - a . 39). 40) 'lte- B e 1-<> h(t) = - - . 1 +a'T} From'T}+e-11Be-B = Oputa'T} = -EthenE = ae E andhenceEe- E which is satisfied by the relationship E = aB. 41) e-at/(l-a) e-a(t-uo)/(l-a) e-uo/(l-a) 1 + 1 ~a In a 1 + 1~a In a (1 - a) e-at/(l-a) = 1+ a 1-a I na = Be- B, . ' as reqmred.

2 4n (2n)! = T 2n ( 2n ). 2n 4n 2nn! (4n)! 25) and hence the Reed Dawson identity follows. 35) (n fn + 2) In+2 - ~ (2n 1) rr = 2-n n - 1 (2 j + . 0 J. 31) hn (1/2,2) = In (1/4, 2). 41) does not lend itselfto easy closed form evaluations for any special values of a. 42) and in hypergeometric notation 9n (a, b)- F1 - b b-l For b = 1, 9n (a, 1) [1,t=i'~=~' ... 'b~1,-n b-1 b-2 b-3 1 b ' b ' b , ... , b = In (a, 1) = (1 9n(a,2) = la(b-1)b-1] ----'----:-bb-'---· a)2 . For b = 2, 2F1 [1'i n I~] which has a recurrence relation 2 (2n + 1) 911+1 + (n + 1) (a - 4) 9n +2= 0,90 = 1.

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