Multi-variable Gould-Hopper and Laguerre polynomials
AbstractThe monomiality principle was introduced by G. Dattoli, in order to derive the properties of special or generalized polynomials starting from the corresponding ones of monomials. In this article we show a general technique to extend themonomiality approach tomulti-index polynomials in several variables. Application to the case of Hermite, Laguerre-type and mixed-type (i.e. between Laguerre and Hermite) are derived.
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