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Seminar Abstract:

Classical umbral calculus was introduced by Blissard in the 1860’s and later studied by E. T. Bell and Rota. It is a symbolic computation method that is particularly efficient for proving identities involving elementary special functions such as Bernoulli or Hermite polynomials. I will show the link between this technique and moment representation, and provide examples of its application.

Host University: The University of Newcastle (CARMA)

Seminar Convener: Matthew Tam

AGR Support: Andrew Danson

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