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Generalized Andrews-Gordon Identities

  title={Generalized Andrews-Gordon Identities},
  author={Hannah K. Larson},
  journal={arXiv: Number Theory},
In a recent paper, Griffin, Ono and Warnaar present a framework for Rogers-Ramanujan type identities using Hall-Littlewood polynomials to arrive at expressions of the form \[\sum_{\lambda : \lambda_1 \leq m} q^{a|\lambda|}P_{2\lambda}(1,q,q^2,\ldots ; q^{n}) = \text{"Infinite product modular function"}\] for $a = 1,2$ and any positive integers $m$ and $n$. A recent paper of Rains and Warnaar presents further Rogers-Ramanujan type identities involving sums of terms $q^{|\lambda|/2}P_{\lambda}(1… 
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