By Gert Almkvist (auth.), Ilias S. Kotsireas, Eugene V. Zima (eds.)
This quantity, as Andrew M. Odlzyko writes within the foreword, “commemorates and celebrates the lifestyles and achievements of a unprecedented person.” initially conceived as an eightieth birthday tribute to Herbert Wilf, the well known combinatorialist, the ebook has advanced past the proceeds of the W80 tribute.
Professor Wilf used to be an award-winning instructor, who was once supportive of ladies mathematicians, and who had an strangely excessive percentage of ladies between his PhD applicants. He was once Editor-in-chief of the yankee Mathematical per thirty days and a founding father of either the magazine of Algorithms and of the digital magazine of Combinatorics. yet he was once first a researcher, pushed by way of his wish to be aware of and clarify the interior workings of the mathematical world.
The ebook collects fine quality, refereed examine contributions by way of a few of Professor Wilf’s colleagues, scholars, and collaborators. the various papers awarded the following have been featured within the 3rd Waterloo Workshop on laptop Algebra (WWCA 2011, W80), held may perhaps 26-29, 2011 at Wilfrid Laurier collage, Waterloo, Canada. Others have been incorporated as a result of their courting to his very important paintings in combinatorics. All are offered as a tribute to Herb Wilf’s contributions to arithmetic and mathematical life.
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U t Corollary 6. mod 22m / (76) 2n n n Proof. This follows from Lemma 11 by computing PmC1 D PmC1 PmC1 . t u The next lemma shows some operational rules for the matrices A; B introduced above. The symbol indicates an unspecified integer or matrix. i; j / and arbitrary i 2 N, we have Lemma 12. mod 22 1 / Proof. Part (a) follows directly from the definition of Bm . Part (b) is established by induction. The statement holds for Bm;1 . mod 22 1 / for 0 Ä i Ä 2m 1 1; Complementary Bell Numbers: Arithmetical Properties and Wilf’s Conjecture 43 by part (a) and Lemma 10.
Theorem 2. 0; 0/: (58) Proof. r/ D 0 if r > n. r/ W r 0/. Note that powers of P can be computed with a finite number of operations: each row or column has only finitely many non-zero entries. 0/. k/r is divisible by a large power of 2. n/. Lemma 8. mod 22 1 2m : / holds for all r (62) r, it may be assumed that r D 2m . Now Proof. rŠ/. 2 / D 2 1. n/ modulo a large power of 2. The first step is to show a result analogous to Theorem 2, with P replaced by a 2m 2m matrix, provided the computations are conducted modulo m 22 1 .
9 and 10, respectively. The final section presents the exponential generating functions of the two classes of polynomials employed in this work, and some open problems. n; k/ for k < 0 or k > n. Iteration of this procedure leads to the next result. Lemma 1. n C j / D kD0 for all n; j 0. n; k/; (16) Complementary Bell Numbers: Arithmetical Properties and Wilf’s Conjecture 27 Proof. The proof is by induction on j . n C 1; k/: (17) kD0 t u The recurrence (12) and (14) yield the result. Note. k/ D k 3 C 3k 2 C 6k C 5: The degree of j is j , so the family Zm WD f the space of polynomials of degree at most m.