Definition:ctsqHermite

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The LaTeX DLMF and DRMF macro \ctsqHermite represents the continuous -Hermite polynomial.

This macro is in the category of polynomials.

In math mode, this macro can be called in the following ways:

\ctsqHermite{n} produces Failed to parse (unknown function "\ctsqHermite"): {\displaystyle {\displaystyle \ctsqHermite{n}}}
\ctsqHermite{n}@{x}{q} produces Failed to parse (unknown function "\ctsqHermite"): {\displaystyle {\displaystyle \ctsqHermite{n}@{x}{q}}}
\ctsqHermite{n}@@{x}{q} produces Failed to parse (unknown function "\ctsqHermite"): {\displaystyle {\displaystyle \ctsqHermite{n}@@{x}{q}}}

These are defined by Failed to parse (unknown function "\ctsqHermite"): {\displaystyle {\displaystyle \ctsqHermite{n}@{x}{q}:=\expe^{in\theta}\,\qHyperrphis{2}{0}@@{q^{-n},0}{-}{q}{q^n\expe^{-2i\theta}} }}

Symbols List

 : continuous -Hermite polynomial : http://drmf.wmflabs.org/wiki/Definition:ctsqHermite
 : the base of the natural logarithm : http://dlmf.nist.gov/4.2.E11
 : basic hypergeometric (or -hypergeometric) function : http://dlmf.nist.gov/17.4#E1