# Polynomial sequence

In mathematics, a polynomial sequence is a sequence of polynomials indexed by the nonnegative integers 0, 1, 2, 3, ..., in which each index is equal to the degree of the corresponding polynomial. Polynomial sequences are a topic of interest in enumerative combinatorics and algebraic combinatorics, as well as applied mathematics.

- Triebel–Lizorkin space
- In the mathematical discipline known as functional analysis, a Triebel–Lizorkin space is a generalization of many standard function spaces such as Lp spaces and Sobolev spaces. It is named after Hans Triebel and Petr Ivanovich Lizorkin
- Regular map
- Regular map may refer to:a regular map, in algebraic geometry, an everywhere-defined, polynomial function of algebraic varieties a regular map, a symmetric 2-cell embedding of a graph into a closed surface
- Stirling transform
- In combinatorial mathematics, the Stirling transform of a sequence { an : n = 1, 2, 3, ... } of numbers is the sequence { bn : n = 1, 2, 3, ... } given
- Binomial type
- In mathematics, a polynomial sequence, i.e., a sequence of polynomials indexed by non-negative integers in which the index of each polynomial equals its degree, is said to be of binomial type if it satisfies the sequence of
- Regular map (graph theory)
- In mathematics, a regular map is a symmetric tessellation of a closed surface. More precisely, a regular map is a decomposition of a two-dimensional manifold into topological disks such that every flag can be transformed into any other flag by a symmetry
- Gauss–Markov
- The phrase Gauss–Markov is used in two different ways:Gauss–Markov processes in probability theory The Gauss–Markov theorem in mathematical statistics
- Mahler's theorem
- In mathematics, Mahler's theorem, introduced by Kurt Mahler (1958), expresses continuous p-adic functions in terms of polynomials. Over any field of characteristic 0, one has the following result
- Zero degrees of freedom
- In statistics, the non-central chi-squared distribution with zero degrees of freedom can be used in testing the null hypothesis that a sample is from a uniform distribution on the interval (0, 1). This distribution was introduced by Andrew F. Siegel
- Glasser's master theorem
- In integral calculus, Glasser's master theorem explains how a certain broad class of substitutions can simplify certain integrals over the whole interval from to It is applicable in cases where the integrals must be construed as Cauchy principal values
- Özbek, Urla
- Özbek is a village in the Urla District of Izmir Province in Turkey