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Well--Poised Macdonald Functions W_lambda and Jackson Coefficients omega_lambda On BC_n

  title={Well--Poised Macdonald Functions W\_lambda and Jackson Coefficients omega\_lambda On BC\_n},
  author={Hasan Coskun and R A Gustafson},
  journal={arXiv: Combinatorics},
The very well--poised elliptic Macdonald functions W_lambda in n independent variables are defined and their properties are investigated. The W_lambda are generalized by introducing an extra parameter to the elliptic Jackson coefficients omega_lambda and their properties are studied. BC_n multivariable Jackson sums in terms of both W_lambda and omega_lambda functions are proved. 
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