On the asymptotic expansion of the q-dilogarithm

  title={On the asymptotic expansion of the q-dilogarithm},
  author={Fethi Bouzeffour and Borhen Halouani},
  journal={Advances in Difference Equations},
In this work, we study some asymptotic expansion of the q-dilogarithm at q=1$q=1$ and q=0$q=0$ by using the Mellin transform and an adequate decomposition allowed by the Lerch functional equation. 
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