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RSolve   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
RSolve[eqn, a[n], n] solves a recurrence equation for a[n]. RSolve[{eqn_1, eqn_2, ...}, {a_1[n], a_2[n], ...}, n] solves a system of recurrence equations. RSolve[eqn, a[n_1, ...
DiscreteMath`RSolve`   (Mathematica Compatibility Information)
The functionality is now available in built-in Mathematica kernel functions RSolve, ZTransform, and Sum. The built-in kernel function SeriesCoefficient now contains the ...
Solving Recurrence Equations   (Mathematica Tutorial)
If you represent the n^th term in a sequence as a[n], you can use a recurrence equation to specify how it is related to other terms in the sequence. RSolve takes recurrence ...
C   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
C[i] is the default form for the i\[Null]\[Null]^th parameter or constant generated in representing the results of various symbolic computations.
q Functions   (Mathematica Guide)
Introduced soon after ordinary hypergeometric functions, the q functions have long been studied as theoretical generalizations of hypergeometric and other functions. ...
Integral Transforms   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica applies its strengths in calculus to the intricacies of integral transforms, with a host of original algorithms that probably now reach almost any closed form ...
DiscreteMath` Upgrading Information   (Mathematica Compatibility Guide)
DiscreteMath`CombinatorialFunctions`, DiscreteMath`Combinatorica`, DiscreteMath`ComputationalGeometry`, DiscreteMath`GraphPlot`, DiscreteMath`IntegerPartitions`, ...
Recurrence and Sum Functions   (Mathematica Guide)
Mathematica has a wide coverage of named functions defined by sums and recurrence relations. Often using original algorithms developed at Wolfram Research, Mathematica ...
GeneratedParameters   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
GeneratedParameters is an option that specifies how parameters generated to represent the results of various symbolic operations should be named.
ContinuedFractionK   (Built-in Mathematica Symbol)
ContinuedFractionK[f, g, {i, i_min, i_max}] represents the continued fraction \[CapitalKappa]_i = i_min^i_max f/g. ContinuedFractionK[g, {i, i_min, i_max}] represents the ...
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