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Q-Series With Applications to Combinatorics, Number Theory, and Physics A Conference on Q-Series With Applications to Combinatorics, Number Theory, and Physics, October 26-28, 2000, University of Illinois
Q-Series With Applications to Combinatorics, Number Theory, and Physics A Conference on Q-Series With Applications to Combinatorics, Number Theory, and Physics, October 26-28, 2000, University of Illinois
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  • ISBN-13: 9780821827468
  • ISBN: 0821827464
  • Publisher: American Mathematical Society

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The subject of $q$-series can be said to begin with Euler and his pentagonal number theorem. In fact, $q$-series are sometimes called Eulerian series. Contributions were made by Gauss, Jacobi, and Cauchy, but the first attempt at a systematic development, especially from the point of view of studying series with the products in the summands, was made by E. Heine in 1847. In the latter part of the nineteenth and in the early part of the twentieth centuries, two Englishmathematicians, L. J. Rogers and F. H. Jackson, made fundamental contributions. In 1940, G. H. Hardy described what we now call Ramanujan's famous $ 1\psi 1$ summation theorem as ''a remarkable formula with many parameters.'' This is now one of the fundamental theorems of the subject. Despite humble beginnings,the subject of $q$-series has flourished in the past three decades, particularly with its applications to combinatorics, number theory, and physics. During the year 2000, the University of Illinois embraced The Millennial Year in Number Theory. One of the events that year was the conference $q$-Series with Applications to Combinatorics, Number Theory, and Physics. This event gathered mathematicians from the world over to lecture and discuss their research. This volume presents nineteen of thepapers presented at the conference. The excellent lectures that are included chart pathways into the future and survey the numerous applications of $q$-series to combinatorics, number theory, and physics.Berndt, Bruce C. is the author of 'Q-Series With Applications to Combinatorics, Number Theory, and Physics A Conference on Q-Series With Applications to Combinatorics, Number Theory, and Physics, October 26-28, 2000, University of Illinois' with ISBN 9780821827468 and ISBN 0821827464.

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