By Didier Arquès, Anne Micheli (auth.), Brigitte Chauvin, Philippe Flajolet, Danièle Gardy, Abdelkader Mokkadem (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3034882114

ISBN-13: 9783034882118

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This book contains one example for which the series P(x, y) is algebraic: no surprise, the steps of the corresponding walk are exactly Kreweras' steps ... This result is actually due to Flatto and Hahn [19]. The equation satisfied by the series P(x, y) does not work exactly like the equations for complete generating functions like Q(x, y; t): roughly speaking, the third variable t is replaced by the additional constraint P(x, y) = 1. Very recently, I have found a new, simpler proof of Flatto and Hahn's result (at least, in the symmetric case).

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