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In this paper we introduce Humbert matrix polynomials of two variables. Some hypergeometric matrix representations of the Humbert matrix polynomials of two variables, the double generating matrix functions and expansions of the Humbert matrix polynomials of two variables in series of Hermite polynomials are given. Results of Gegenbauer ma-trix polynomials of two variables follow as particular cases of Humbert matrix polynomials of two variables.

The special matrix functions appear in statistics, lie group theory and number theory [1-4] and the matrix polynomials have become more important and some results in the theory of classical orthogonal polynomials have been extended to orthogonal matrix polynomials see for instance [5-9].

If is the complex plane cut along the negative, real axis and log denotes the principal logarithm of z (Saks, S. and A. Zygmund, [

For any matrix P in we will exploit the following relation due to [

Khammash [

From which it follows that is a matrix polynomial in two variables x and y of degree precisely n in x and k in y.

Also we recall that if are matrix in for and that it follows that (Defez and Jódar [

and, for m is a positive integer such that, then

We define Humbert matrix polynomials of two variables and discuss its special cases. Some hypergeometric matrix representations of the Humbert matrix polynomials of two variables, the double generating matrix functions and expansions of the Humbert matrix polynomials of two variables in series of Hermite polynomials are given. Some particular cases are also discussed.

Let A be a positive stable matrix in for a positive integer m, we define Humbert matrix polynomials by

Now (7) it can be written in the form

and by (3) and (6) respectively, one gets

By equating the coefficients of in (7) and (8), we obtain an explicit representation of the Humbert matrix polynomials of two variables. In the form

from which it follows that is a matrix polynomial in two variables x and y of degree precisely n in x and k in y. In (9) setting m = 2, we get the Gegenbauer matrix polynomials of two variables [

We study here the representation of the hypergeometric matrix representation for the Humbert matrix polynomials of two variables. There are some facts and notations used throughout the development in Sections 3 - 5, which are listed here.

Fact 1. [

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Fact 2. [

it converges for.

Notation 1. [

with.

Note that, where j is a positive integer, then when ever. Also, the product in (10) is commutative, and then it is easy to see that

and

where m is a positive integer.

Notation 2. [

Now, in view of Notation 2, the explicit representation (9) for, becomes

Thus we get the following hypergeometric representation of Humbert matrix polynomials of two variables.

For m = 2 (11), we gives hypergeometric representation of Gegenbauer matrix polynomials of two variables [

The above facts and notations will be used throughout the next two sections.

Now, since

By using (5), one gets

By using Notation 1, the following generating matrix functions for Humbert matrix polynomials of two variables follows

have thus discovered the family of double generating function of the Humbert polynomials of two variables

If B is a positive stable matrix in, then let us now return to (12) and consider the double sum.

Then in similar manner, we get

Now, we derive expansions of in series of Hermite According to [

which with the aid of (5) and (9), one gets

From (16), we get

Now replacing by and equating the coefficients of , we get