## Nebraska Academy of Sciences

## Date of this Version

1972

## Document Type

Article

## Citation

Published in *Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences*, Volume 1 (1972).

## Abstract

I. Introduction. Robert E. Powell [7] has introduced a matrix of Summability which is a .,generalization of the Taylor or T(r) method. He studies this special class of Summability matrices, related to the Laguerre polynomials in the following way. For complex rand t, denote by L(r,t) the matrix whose elements are a_{n }_{,}_{k} = 0 when k < n,

And

a_{n,k} = (1-r)^{n+1} exp (tr/1-r) L^{n}_{k-n} (t) r^{k-n} when k≥n

L^{n}_{j} (t) being the Laguerre polynomial of degree j, given by

L^{n}_{j} (t) = Ʃ j (j+n)/(j-n) (-t) i/i!

In this paper we consider the associated matrix S(q,t) defined as:

bn,k = (I - q^{) n+1} exp(tq/l-q) L^{n}_{k} (t) q^{k},n· 0,1,2, •••

The matrix S(q,t) can be obtained by shifting each row of the matrix L(q,t) to the left until the diagonal elements appear in the first column, thus making a matrix which contains no zeros (except in the trivial case of q = 0 or q = 1). The special case S(q,O) is the well-known associated Taylor matrix Seq) [5]. Thus S(q,t) is a generalization of Seq).

## Comments

Copyright 1972 by the author(s).