Products and Quotients of Difference Equations

  • Joseph Lahr


Products of functions can be found in many mathematical and technical problems, and very often these functions may be described by difference equations.


Difference Equation Recurrence Relation Characteristic Polynomial Linear Recurrence Linear Difference Equation 
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