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JECAS. 2018; 5(2): 25-34


λ-Generalized Gamma Functions

Asifa Tassaddiq.

Abstract
The objective of present research is to introduce and analyze a new special function that occurs as a part of the kernel of the integral representation of the λ-generalized Hurwitz-Lerch zeta functions. One important aspect of the analysis of special functions is to study their properties. It is found that λ-generalized gamma function satisfies the log convex and derivative properties. Recurrence relation and reflection formula are achieved that are always important to study the behavior of new functions.
As an application, a new series representation of the λ-generalized Hurwitz-Lerch zeta functions is established. These new results are validated by analyzing their important cases that agree with the known results. It is interesting to note that the coefficients in the series representation of the family of zeta functions are generalized from “1” to “gamma function” and then to “generalized gamma” and “λ-generalized gamma functions” in a simple and natural way.

Key words: λ-generalized Hurwitz-Lerch zeta function; analytic number theory; λ-generalized gamma functions; derivative properties; series representation



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