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- Yongjae Cha, Mark van Hoeij, Giles Levy
- ISSAC
- 2010

The goal in this paper is to find closed form solutions for linear recurrence equations, by transforming an input equation <i>L</i> to an equation <i>L</i><sub><i>s</i></sub> with known solutions. The main problem is how to find a solved equation <i>L</i><sub><i>s</i></sub> to which <i>L</i> can be reduced. We solve this problem by computing local data at… (More)

- Yongjae Cha, Mark van Hoeij
- ISSAC
- 2009

In this paper we give a new algorithm to compute Liouvillian solutions of linear difference equations. Compared to the prior algorithm by Hendriks and Singer, our main contribution consists of two theorems that significantly reduce the number of combinations that the algorithm will check.

- Yongjae Cha
- J. Symb. Comput.
- 2012

In this paper we show how to find a closed form solution for third order difference operators in terms of solutions of second order operators. This work is an extension of previous results on finding closed form solutions of recurrence equations and a counterpart to existing results on differential equations. As motivation and application for this work, we… (More)

- Yongjae Cha, Mark van Hoeij, Giles Levy
- ACM Comm. Computer Algebra
- 2010

The software is an implementation of the algorithms in [1], [2], and [3]. The main algorithm from [3] is implemented with additional base equations beyond what appear in [3] and is incorporated into [4]. Common to each algorithm is a transformation from a base equation to the input using transformations that preserve order and homogeneity (referred to as… (More)

- Yongjae Cha, Mark van Hoeij, Giles Levy
- ACM Comm. Computer Algebra
- 2010

We will present an implementation of several algorithms for solving second order linear recurrence relations. The algorithms are described in two papers accepted at ISSAC 2010. Our implementation can find Liouvillian solutions, as well as solutions written in terms of values of special functions such as the 2F1 hypergeometric function, Bessel, Whittaker,… (More)

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