We present an algorithm for computing generators for the ideal of algebraic relations among sequences which are given by homogeneous linear recurrence equations with constant coefficients. Knowing… (More)

In this paper we discuss closed form representations of filter coefficients of wavelets on the real line, half real line and on compact intervals. We show that computer algebra can be applied to… (More)

The q-Engel Expansion is an algorithm that leads to unique series expansions of qseries. Various examples related to classical partition theorems, including the RogersRamanujan identities together… (More)

The Schelling segregation models are “agent based” population models, where individual members of the population (agents) interact directly with other agents and move in space and time. In this note… (More)

We study M(n), the number of distinct values taken by multinomial coefficients with upper entry n. We show that both pP(n)/M(n) and M(n)/p(n) tend to zero as n goes to infinity, where pP(n) is the… (More)

The Schelling model is one of a small number of “agent based” population models, where individual members of the population (agents) interact directly with other agents and move in space and time. In… (More)

Mammalian dihydroorotase (DHOase) is part of a large multidomain protein called CAD, which initiates the first three steps in the de novo pyrimidine biosynthetic pathway. DHOase activity is carried… (More)

We employ computer algebra algorithms to prove a collection of identities involving Bessel functions with half-integer orders a nd other special functions. These identities appear in the famous… (More)

We study M(n), the number of distinct values taken by multinomial coefficients with upper entry n, and some closely related sequences. We show that both pP(n)/M(n) and M(n)/p(n) tend to zero as n… (More)