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Recursions which define polynomials
From another comment: "Can you give me some hints on how to generate (say, nontrivially) polynomials from your final formula, having a rational function a(t) ? Thanks! " He asked for method to generate polynomial from Max Alekseyev's formula. So I think providing a method is good enough. |
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Recursions which define polynomials
"I could not find any other example of a polynomial sequence generated in this way. I simply look for another such sequence of polynomials, so if you've ever seen something similar, please let me know. One more example would be a good answer to my question.", from author's comment. He just asked for 1 more example. And there is no mention of surprise? |
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Solving partial difference equation
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Solving partial difference equation
Furthermore, for the Eulerian numbers, the order of difference equation for both the variables k and n are 1. But for the equation I asked, it is first order in n, but 2nd order in k. So I think they differ quite a lot. |
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Explicit formula for Euler zigzag numbers(Up/down numbers)
Wadim, you are right. It is really an explicit formula. I didn't notice it since I don't know Euler polynomials has explicit expansion. However, the formula you provided has an absolute sign. I think it will make all the manipulation and computation inconvenient? |