recurrence relation

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recurrence relation

[ri′kər·əns ri‚lā·shən]
(mathematics)
An equation relating a term in a sequence to one or more of its predecessors in the sequence.
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With the use of the developed circuit mathematical model, recurrence relations were obtained for calculating the interrelated electromagnetic, mechanical, and thermal parameters of the LPIEC with different inductor power circuits.
Chapters discuss the pigeonhole principle, the greatest common divisor, squares, digital sums, arithmetic and geometric progressions, complementary sequences, quadratic functions and equations, parametric solutions for real equations, the scalar project, equilateral triangles in the complex plane, recurrence relations, sequences given by implicit relations, and matrices associated to second order recurrences.
But to generate the key, it is required to use the LFSR sequence, blub-blub generator, or recurrence relations for generating binary sequence.
Now to find recurrence relations between the words of Table 1 and Table 2, we define a function P Q f : by .
Thus yielding the indicated recurrence relations for [x.
Exact expressions and some recurrence relations for single and product moments of lower generalized order statistics are derived.
Shiue: On Sequences of Numbers and Polynomials Defined by Linear Recurrence Relations of Order 2, International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences, vol.
The method uses stable recurrence relations involving these functions.
n] (z; [mu]) satisfy the forward recurrence relations (see, e.
Basic properties, such as a Rodrigues formula, a differential equation, recurrence relations and an orthogonality relation are derived.
The research materializes the optimal design approach for the transmission gears of the system by a set of recurrence relations and the systemic structural analysis mode of the remaining mechanical components.
We spent more time peering out the window than concentrating on recurrence relations.