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Recommended by Virginia Kiryakova Fermi-Dirac and Bose-Einstein functions arise as quantum statistical distributions. The Riemann zeta function and its extension, the polylogarithm function, arise in the theory of numbers. Though it might not have been expected, these two sets of functions belong to a wider class of functions whose members have operator(More)
We present a Fourier transform representation of the gamma functions, which leads naturally to a distributional representation for them. Both of these representations lead to new identities for the integrals of gamma functions multiplied by other functions, which are also presented here. 1. Introduction. Considering the time since Euler extended the domain(More)
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