# Representations and Inequalities for Generalized Hypergeometric Functions

@article{Karp2014RepresentationsAI, title={Representations and Inequalities for Generalized Hypergeometric Functions}, author={Dmitrii Karp}, journal={Journal of Mathematical Sciences}, year={2014}, volume={207}, pages={885-897} }

An integral representation for the generalized hypergeometric function unifying known representations via generalized Stieltjes, Laplace, and cosine Fourier transforms is found. Using positivity conditions for the weight in this representation, various new facts regarding generalized hypergeometric functions, including complete monotonicity, log-convexity in upper parameters, monotonicity of ratios, and new proofs of Luke’s bounds are established. In addition, two-sided inequalities for the… CONTINUE READING

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