A “Hard to Die” Series Expansion and Lucas Polynomials of the Second Kind

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Abstract

We show how to use the Lucas polynomials of the second kind in the solution of a homogeneous linear differential system with constant coefficients, avoiding the Jordan canonical form for the relevant matrix.

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Natalini, P. and Ricci, P. (2015) A “Hard to Die” Series Expansion and Lucas Polynomials of the Second Kind. Applied Mathematics, 6, 1235-1240. doi: 10.4236/am.2015.68116.

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