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Certain theorems on bilinear and bilateral generating functions

  • H. M. Srivastava (a1) and Yeong-Nan Yeh (a2)

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It is observed (among other things) that a theorem on bilinear and bilateral generating functions, which was given recently in the predecessor of this Journal, does not hold true as stated and proved earlier. Several possible remedies and generalizations, which indeed are relevant to the present investigation of various other results on bilinear and bilateral generating functions, are also considered.

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  • H. M. Srivastava (a1) and Yeong-Nan Yeh (a2)

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