## Publication Date

January 2007

## Abstract

We have found that there are more than a dozen classical generating functions that could be suitably symbolized to yield various symbolic sum formulas by employing the Mullin–Rota theory of binomial enumeration. Various special formulas and identities involving well-known number sequences or polynomial sequences are presented as illustrative examples. The convergence of the symbolic summations is discussed.

## Disciplines

Applied Mathematics | Mathematics

## Recommended Citation

He, Tian-Xiao; s, Peter; and Hsu, Leetsch, "Symbolization of generating functions; an application of the Mullin–Rota theory of binomial enumeration" (2007). *Scholarship*. 23.

https://digitalcommons.iwu.edu/math_scholarship/23

## Comments

Computers & Mathematics with Applicationsis published by Elsevier, http://www.journals.elsevier.com/computers-and-mathematics-with-applications/.