An introduction to finite fibonomial calculus
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This is an indicatory presentation of main definitions and theorems of Fibonomial Calculus which is a special case of ψ-extented Rota's finite operator calculus .
KeywordsFibonacci numbers Fibonomial Calculus Sheffer F-polynomials
MSC (2000)11C08 11B37 47B47
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