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A recently reported nice and surprising property of the Lah numbers is shown to hold for q-Lah numbers as well, i.e., they can be obtained by taking successive q-derivatives of expq(1/n), where expq(x) is the q-exponential.
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Katriel, J. (2017). The q-Lah numbers and the nth q-derivative of expq(1/n). Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics, 23(2), 45-47.Chicago
Katriel, Jacob. “The q-Lah Numbers and the nth q-derivative of expq(1/n).” Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics 23, no. 2 (2017): 45-47.MLA
Katriel, Jacob. “The q-Lah Numbers and the nth q-derivative of expq(1/n).” Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics 23.2 (2017): 45-47. Print.