`Discrete Dynamics in Nature and SocietyVolume 2012 (2012), Article ID 840345, 11 pageshttp://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2012/840345`
Review Article

## Incomplete Bivariate Fibonacci and Lucas -Polynomials

1Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Gazi University, Teknikokullar, 06500 Ankara, Turkey
2Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Education, Başkent University, Baglica, 06810 Ankara, Turkey

Received 26 November 2011; Accepted 8 February 2012

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#### Abstract

We define the incomplete bivariate Fibonacci and Lucas polynomials. In the case , , we obtain the incomplete Fibonacci and Lucas numbers. If , , we have the incomplete Pell and Pell-Lucas numbers. On choosing , , we get the incomplete generalized Jacobsthal number and besides for the incomplete generalized Jacobsthal-Lucas numbers. In the case , , , we have the incomplete Fibonacci and Lucas numbers. If , , , , we obtain the Fibonacci and Lucas numbers. Also generating function and properties of the incomplete bivariate Fibonacci and Lucas polynomials are given.

#### 1. Introduction

Djordjević introduced incomplete generalized Fibonacci and Lucas numbers using explicit formulas of generalized Fibonacci and Lucas numbers in [1]. In [2] incomplete Fibonacci and Lucas numbers are given as follows: where . Note that for the case incomplete Fibonacci numbers are reduced to Fibonacci numbers and for the case incomplete Lucas numbers are reduced to Lucas numbers in [2]. Also the authors considered the generating functions of the incomplete Fibonacci and Lucas numbers in [3]. In [4] Djordjević and Srivastava defined incomplete generalized Jacobsthal and Jacobsthal-Lucas numbers.

The generalized Fibonacci and Lucas -numbers were studied in [5, 6]. Incomplete Fibonacci and Lucas -numbers are defined by for in [7]. In [8] the authors introduced incomplete Pell and Pell-Lucas -numbers.

The generalized bivariate Fibonacci -polynomials and generalized bivariate Lucas -polynomials are defined the recursion for with and with in [5]. When , . In [5], the authors obtained some relations for these polynomials sequences. In addition, in [5], the explicit formula of bivariate Fibonacci -polynomials is and the explicit formula of bivariate Lucas -polynomials is In this paper, we defined incomplete bivariate Fibonacci and Lucas -polynomials. We generalize incomplete Fibonacci and Lucas numbers, incomplete generalized Fibonacci numbers, incomplete generalized Jacobsthal numbers, incomplete Fibonacci and Lucas -numbers, incomplete Pell and Pell-Lucas -numbers.

#### 2. Incomplete Bivariate Fibonacci and Lucas -Polynomials

Definition 2.1. For , , incomplete bivariate Fibonacci -polynomials are defined as

For , , , we get incomplete Fibonacci -numbers [7].

If , , , we obtained incomplete Pell -numbers [8].

On choosing , , , we have incomplete generalized Jacobsthal numbers [4].

If , , , , we get incomplete Fibonacci numbers [2].

For , we obtained Fibonacci numbers [9].

Definition 2.2. For , , incomplete bivariate Lucas -polynomials are defined as

If , , , we obtained incomplete Lucas -numbers [7].

For , , , we have incomplete Pell-Lucas -numbers [8].

On choosing , , , , we get incomplete generalized Jacobsthal-Lucas numbers [4].

If , , , , we obtained incomplete Lucas numbers [2].

For , , , , we have Lucas numbers [9].

Proposition 2.3. The incomplete bivariate Fibonacci -polynomials satisfy the following recurrence relation:

Proof. Using (2.1), we obtain

Taking in (2.3), we could obtain a formula for incomplete Fibonacci -numbers (see [7, Proposition  3]). Taking in (2.3), we could obtain a formula for incomplete Fibonacci numbers (see [2, Proposition  1]).

Proposition 2.4. The nonhomogeneous recurrence relation of incomplete bivariate Fibonacci -polynomials is

Proof. It is easy to obtain from (2.1) and (2.3).

Proposition 2.5. For , one has

Proof. Equation (2.6) clearly holds for . Suppose that the equation holds for . We show that the equation holds for . We have

Proposition 2.6. For ,

Proof. Equation (2.8) can be easily proved by using (2.3) and induction on .

We have the following proposition in which the relationship between the incomplete bivariate Fibonacci and Lucas -polynomials is preserved as found in [5] before.

Proposition 2.7. One has

Proof. By (2.1), rewrite the right-hand side of (2.9) as

Proposition 2.8. The incomplete bivariate Lucas -polynomials satisfy the following recurrence relation:

Proof. We write by using (2.3) and (2.9)

Proposition 2.9. The nonhomogeneous recurrence relation of incomplete bivariate Lucas -polynomials is

Proof. The proof can be done by using (2.2) and (2.11).

Proposition 2.10. For , one has

Proof. Proof is similar to the proof of Proposition 2.5.

Proposition 2.11. For , one has

Proof. Proof is obtained immediately by using (2.11) and induction .

Proposition 2.12. One has

Proof. We can write from (2.2) Equation (2.17) is calculated using the formula and [5]

Then we have the following conclusion.

Conclusion. When in (2.16), we obtain which is Proposition  11 in [2].

#### 3. Generating Functions of the Incomplete Bivariate Fibonacci and Lucas -Polynomials

Lemma 3.1 (see [3]). Let be a complex sequence satisfying the following nonhomogeneous recurrence relation: where is a given complex sequence. Then the generating function of the sequence is where denotes the generating function of .

Theorem 3.2. The generating function of the incomplete bivariate Fibonacci -polynomials is

Proof. From (2.1) and (2.5), ,  and for Now let and Also We obtained that is the generating function of the sequence . From Lemma  3.1, we get that the generating function of sequence is  Therefore,

Theorem 3.3. The generating function of the incomplete bivariate Lucas -polynomials is

Proof. From (2.9) and (3.3),
For the general case in Theorems  3.2 and 3.3, we find the generating functions of some special numbers by the special cases . For example, in (3.3) we obtain the generating function of incomplete Fibonacci -numbers.

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