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In this work, we study the modified beta function View the MathML source that appeared in Marus˘ić and Bajzer’s solution [M. Marus˘ić, Z˘. Bajzer, Generalized two-parameter equation of growth, J. Math. Anal. Appl. 179 (1993) 446–462] of the generalized two-parameter equation of tumor growth...
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The generalized hypergeometric function $_qF_p$ is a power series in which the ratio of successive terms is a rational function of the summation index. The Gaussian hypergeometric functions $_2F_1$ and $_3F_2$ are most common special cases of the generalized hypergeometric function $_qF_p$. The Appe...
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We survey the theory of square integrable group representations for the non-compact, semisimple lie group SU(1,1), which has three different series of representations: principal, complementary and discrete. As a result of our survey we conclude that the discrete series representations are the only o...
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