Differintegral methods, namely those techniques using differential and integral operators on the same footing, currently exploited in calculus, provide a fairly unexhausted source of tools to be applied to a wide class of problems involving the theory of special functions and not only. The use of integral transforms of Borel type and the associated formalism will be shown to be an effective means, allowing a link between umbral and operational methods. We merge these two points of view to get a new and efficient method to obtain integrals of special functions and the summation of the associated generating functions as well.

Operational, umbral methods, Borel transform and negative derivative operator techniques

Dattoli G.;
2020

Abstract

Differintegral methods, namely those techniques using differential and integral operators on the same footing, currently exploited in calculus, provide a fairly unexhausted source of tools to be applied to a wide class of problems involving the theory of special functions and not only. The use of integral transforms of Borel type and the associated formalism will be shown to be an effective means, allowing a link between umbral and operational methods. We merge these two points of view to get a new and efficient method to obtain integrals of special functions and the summation of the associated generating functions as well.
Borel transform; gamma function; integral calculus; operator theory; special functions; Umbral methods
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