A STUDY OF Q-CONTIGUOUS FUNCTION RELATIONS

Title & Authors
A STUDY OF Q-CONTIGUOUS FUNCTION RELATIONS
Harsh, Harsh Vardhan; Kim, Yong Sup; Rakha, Medhat Ahmed; Rathie, Arjun Kumar;

Abstract
In 1812, Gauss obtained fifteen contiguous functions relations. Later on, 1847, Henie gave their q-analogue. Recently, good progress has been done in finding more contiguous functions relations by employing results due to Gauss. In 1999, Cho et al. have obtained 24 new and interesting contiguous functions relations with the help of Gausss 15 contiguous relations. In fact, such type of 72 relations exists and therefore the rest 48 contiguous functions relations have very recently been obtained by Rakha et al.. Thus, the paper is in continuation of the paper [16] published in Computer & Mathematics with Applications 61 (2011), 620.629. In this paper, first we obtained 15 q-contiguous functions relations due to Henie by following a different method and then with the help of these 15 q-contiguous functions relations, we obtain 72 new and interesting q-contiguous functions relations. These q-contiguous functions relations have wide applications.
Keywords
basic hypergeometric series;q-contiguous functions relations;Gausss contiguous functions relations;
Language
English
Cited by
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ON BASIC ANALOGUE OF CLASSICAL SUMMATION THEOREMS DUE TO ANDREWS,;;;

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