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hypergeometric

(ˌhaɪpədʒɪəˈmɛtrɪk)
adj
(Mathematics) of or relating to operations or series that transcend ordinary geometrical operations or series
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Taylor expansion is employed to linearize the nonlinear confluent hypergeometric function.
Coffey, Hypergeometric summation representations of the Stieltjes constants, Analysis (Munich) 33 (2013), no.
From the hypergeometric function representation of [B.sub.z](a, b) [9, eq.
Equation (8) can be reduced to a hypergeometric equation in the form
A similar generalized Coulomb problem for a class of general Natanzon confluent potentials is exactly solved in [23] by reducing the corresponding system to confluent hypergeometric differential equations.
His topics include the q-binomial theorem, Heine's transformation, the Jacobi triple product identity, the Rogers-Fine identity, Bailey chains, WP-Bailey pairs and chains, further results on Bailey/WP-Bailey pairs and chains, bijective proofs of basic hypergeometric identities, q-continued fractions, Lambert series, and mock theta functions.
Geometric properties of special functions such as hypergeometric functions, Bessel functions, Struve functions, Mittag-Leffler functions, Wright functions, and some other related functions are an ongoing part of research in geometric function theory.
The inverse symbolic calculator is unable to give us the representation of 0.97210699*** using standard special functions, but we have tried to give its representation using error function representation as hypergeometric function [6]; we have
The solution of the confluent hypergeometric differential equation [3] is often expressed as a linear combination of the Kummer functions that are defined as
According to this method, all DEGs have been mapped to GO terms in the database (http://www.geneontology.org/); gene numbers have been calculated for every term, using a hypergeometric distribution compared with the genome background [43].
We also found that the miRNA's intrinsic properties of multiplicity and cooperability may be correctly modeled by combined hypergeometric distributions.