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THE n-TH TWISTED CHANGHEE POLYNOMIALS AND NUMBERS
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THE n-TH TWISTED CHANGHEE POLYNOMIALS AND NUMBERS
Rim, Seog-Hoon; Park, Jin-Woo; Pyo, Sung-Soo; Kwon, Jongkyum;
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 Abstract
The Changhee polynomials and numbers are introduced in [6]. Some interesting identities and properties of those polynomials are derived from umbral calculus (see [6]). In this paper, we consider Witt-type formula for the n-th twisted Changhee numbers and polynomials and derive some new interesting identities and properties of those polynomials and numbers from the Witt-type formula which are related to special polynomials.
 Keywords
Euler numbers;Changhee numbers;twisted Changhee numbers;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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