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Generating functions for generalized binomial distributions
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We remark that, after this manuscript was submitted to arXiv, these conjectures were proved by H. Denoncourt
, private communication (March 23, 2012) and by C. Vignat
and O. Leveque
, “Proof of a conjecture by Gazeau et al. using Gould Hopper polynomials
,” e-print arXiv:1203.5418v1
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