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International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences
Volume 8 (1985), Issue 2, Pages 359-365

A generalized Meijer transformation

1Department of Mathematics, Jamshedpur Co-operative College of the Ranchi University, Jamshedpur, India
2Department of Mathematics, University of Central Florida, Orlando 32816, Florida, USA

Received 13 May 1983; Revised 15 January 1985

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In a series of papers [1-6], Kratzel studies a generalized version of the classical Meijer transformation with the Kernel function (st)νη(q,ν+1; (st)q). This transformation is referred to as GM transformation which reduces to the classical Meijer transform when q=1. He also discussed a second generalization of the Meijer transform involving the Kernel function λν(n)(x) which reduces to the Meijer function when n=2 and the Laplace transform when n=1. This is called the Meijer-Laplace (or ML) transformation. This paper is concerned with a study of both GM and ML transforms in the distributional sense. Several properties of these transformations including inversion, uniqueness, and analyticity are discussed in some detail.