Tom Copeland on Compositional Inverse Pairs, t… Tom Copeland on In the Realm of Shadows: Umbra… Tom Copeland on Compositional Inverse Pairs, t… J.P. McCarthy on Quotes Post: Tom Copeland on Riemann’s Jump Function…
Tag Archives: Operator calculus
When considering operator inverses, one usually considers multiplicative inverses. As noted earlier in several entries, particularly, “Bernoulli and Blissard meet Stirling … ” (BBS), we see compositional inverse pairs of operators playing an important role in making associations among important … Continue reading
The Pincherle derivative is implicitly used in Eqn. 2.19 page 13 of “Mastering the master field” by Gopakumar and Gross. The raising and creation operators in the paper are analogous to those for a Laplace-dual Appell sequence, or Dirac-Appell sequence, … Continue reading
Draft Interpolation of the generalized binomial coefficients underlie the representation of a particular class of fractional differintegro operators by convolution integrals and Cauchy-like complex contour integrals.
Goin’ with the Flow: Logarithm of the Derivative Operator is a pdf set of notes under construction on the relations between the commutator of the logarithm of the derivative operator, the Pincherle derivative, Lie operator derivatives, and the two umbrally inverse … Continue reading
Fractional Calculus, Interpolation, and Traveling Waves: A note (pdf file) on the fractional integro-derivative (FID) regarded as an interpolation of the integral derivatives of the function acted upon–to be more precise, a sinc function interpolation, as in the Whittaker-Shannon interpolation … Continue reading
Infinitesimal Generators, the Pascal Pyramid, and the Witt and Virasoro Algebras: A short set of notes sketching some relationships among infinitesimal generators represented as differential operators and infinite-dimensional matrices, the Pascal triangle / pyramid, conformal transformations, the Witt and Virasoro … Continue reading