International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical SciencesVolume 22, Issue 1, Pages 29-48http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/S0161171299220297

## On 2-orthogonal polynomials of Laguerre type

Laboratoire d' Analyse Numérique, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, 4, place Jussieu, Cedex 05, Paris 75252, France

Received 7 July 1997; Revised 10 February 1998

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#### Abstract

Let {Pn}n0 be a sequence of 2-orthogonal monic polynomials relative to linear functionals ω0 and ω1 (see Definition 1.1). Now, let {Qn}n0 be the sequence of polynomials defined by Qn:=(n+1)1Pn+1,n0. When {Qn}n0 is, also, 2-orthogonal, {Pn}n0 is called “classical” (in the sense of having the Hahn property). In this case, both {Pn}n0 and {Qn}n0 satisfy a third-order recurrence relation (see below). Working on the recurrence coefficients, under certain assumptions and well-chosen parameters, a classical family of 2-orthogonal polynomials is presented. Their recurrence coefficients are explicitly determined. A generating function, a third-order differential equation, and a differential-recurrence relation satisfied by these polynomials are obtained. We, also, give integral representations of the two corresponding linear functionals ω0 and ω1 and obtain their weight functions which satisfy a second-order differential equation. From all these properties, we show that the resulting polynomials are an extention of the classical Laguerre's polynomials and establish a connection between the two kinds of polynomials.