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164) (We use here rclationship [B3. 163) that for a > -1 arid arbitrary B tht. convergence radius of the series representation of tht: Wright furictiori W ( z ;a , O) is irifinite, and the Wright furlctioli is an eritire filllction. There is an interesting link between thc Wright function and the hlittag-Leffler function.
Lct 11s prove that Iridccd, using the series expansion for c". 75) with respcct t o z. 56). 79) a pair of Laplace transforms of the function f"k++j-l E(k) ( 4( k ), < x . 80) for tr = r3 = is liscfiil for solvirig the serr~itlifft~rt-~~iti;il r~quatiorisconsidered in [179. 1531. 56) we o1)tain 1. 82) for k = 0, X = 1 and integer y is givt:n in . 83) has soIrie interesting consequences. Taking N = whcrc r n and n are natural nurribers, we obtain z. 84) that ( dtd ) 7(nt n - l ~ n l , n ( t m )=) 1"- ' ~ , , ~ .
Z m. n,) z ( z + 1 ) .. ( z na - 1) ~ L -(z ( n - m)'+'" (n - rn)! 1 lim z ( z + 1 ) . . (z rn -- 1) n-3c (z m ) ( z m 1 ) . . (z n) nzn! 19) n-rn z(z 1 ) .. 7) holds for all z excluding z # 0, -1, -2:. . 4 Beta Function In nlaily cases it is more cor~venierlt to use the so-called beta function insteacl of a certain combination of values of the gamma function. 1. 20) we will use the Laplace transform. ,,,(t) is a corivolution of thc furictions t"-' ant1 t"-' anti / ~ , , , ~ ( lB) ( Z , 711).