# 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