# Umbral Vade Mecum

@inproceedings{Curtright2013UmbralVM, title={Umbral Vade Mecum}, author={T. Curtright and C. Zachos}, booktitle={Front. Physics}, year={2013} }

In recent years the umbral calculus has emerged from the shadows to provide an elegant correspondence framework that automatically gives systematic solutions of ubiquitous difference equations --- discretized versions of the differential cornerstones appearing in most areas of physics and engineering --- as maps of well-known continuous functions. This correspondence deftly sidesteps the use of more traditional methods to solve these difference equations. The umbral framework is discussed and… Expand

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