The aim of this research paper is to derive two extension formulas for Lauricella’s function of the second kind of several variables with the help of generalized Dixon’s theorem on the sum of the series
obtained by Lavoie
et al. [1]. Some special cases of these formulas are also deduced.

Extension Formulas Lauricella’s Function Dixon’s Theorem Hypergeometric Functions1. Introduction

The Lauricella’s function is defined and represented as follows [2]

;

where denotes the Pochhammer’s symbol defined by

Also, we note that

The generalized Lauricella’s function of several variables is defined as follows [2]

where

the coefficients for all

are real and positive; abbreviates the array of A parameters; abbreviate

the array of parameters for all with similar inter pretations for and . Note that, when the coefficients in Equation (1.8) equal to 1, the generalized Lauricella function (1.8) reduces to the following multivariable extension of the Kamp’e de F’eriet function [2] :

where

In the theory of hypergeometric series, classical summation theorems such as Dixon, Watson and Whipple for the series, have many generalizations and wide applications; see for example [1] [3] - [6] . In the present investigation, we shall require the following generalization of the classical Dixon’s theorem for the series [1] :

,

where denotes the greatest integer less than or equal to x and denotes the usual absolute value of x. The coefficients are given respectively in [1] . When, (1.12) reduces immediately to the classical Dixon's theorem [3] , (see also [6] )

2. Extension Formulas

In this section, the following two extension formulas for Lauricella’s function of the second kind of several variables will be established:

and

where

for

The coefficients and can be obtained from the tables of and given in [1] by replacing a by and respectively.

Proof of (2.1): Denoting the left hand side of (2.1) by S, expanding in a power series and using the results [2] :

and, (2.8)

we get

where

Separating (2.9) into its even and odd terms, we have

Finally, in (2.11) if we use the result (1.12), then we obtain the right hand side of (2.1). This completes the proof of (2.1). The result (2.2) can be proved by the similar manner.

3. Special Cases

1) In (2.1), if we take and use the results (1.3)-(1.7), then after some simplification we obtain the following transformation formula:

which for, reduces immediately to a known result of Bailey [7]

where is Appell’s function [2] .

2) Similarly, in (2.2) if we take and use the results (1.3)-(1.7), then we obtain the following transformation formula:

3) In (2.2) if we take, then we get a known extension formulas [8] for Lauricella’s function of three va-

riables for.

Cite this paper

Ahmed Ali Atash,Ahmed Ali Al-Gonah, (2016) On Two Extension Formulas for Lauricella’s Function of the Second Kind of Several Variables. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics,04,571-577. doi: 10.4236/jamp.2016.43062

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