Volume 9, 2003, Number 1

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Generalized Bernoulli polynomials & Jackson’s calculus of sequences
Original research paper. Pages 1—6
A. G. Shannon
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This paper considers generalized Bernoulli and exponential functions in the context of factorials formed from the elements of divisibility sequences as in the calculus of sequences of Jackson and Ward. The results for the ordinary integers readily follow. Suggestions for further relevant research with commutative diagrams are included.

Continued fraction representations for theta functions
Original research paper. Pages 7—12
C. Adiga, T. Kim, D.-W. Park, Y. S. Ro and L.-C. Jang
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In this paper we establish continued fraction representations for theta functions, which are similar to q-continued fractions for certain q-products recorded by Ramanujan in the unorganized portions of his notebooks.

Abstract lambda polynomials and their convolutions
Original research paper. Pages 13—27
A. F. Horadam
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In the beginning we have unity, 1, and two different entities a, bx (a, b integers ≠ 1) generating a triangular algebraic “genealogical tree” in Figure 1. This pattern is called
the Abstract Lambda Polynomial Triangle.

Remark on n!
Original research paper. Page 28
Krassimir T. Atanassov
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