Rogers–Ramanujan Type Identities
This talk was given during the mini-symposium, "Legacy of Ramanujan - Part II: q-Series and Partitions," of the International Symposium on Orthogonal Polynomials, Special Functions and Applications. Mini-Symposium Summary: In the past few decades, the influence of Ramanujan’s work on contemporary mathematics has been enormous. More precisely, mock theta functions and mock modular forms, q-series and partitions, and classical analytic number theory and analysis are three areas in which Ramanujan’s results have driven considerable research. The minisymposium that I propose to organize will feature four speakers in each of these three areas. An initial list of possible speakers is given for each area.
International Symposium on Orthogonal Polynomials, Special Functions and Applications (OPSFA)
Sills, Andrew V..
"Rogers–Ramanujan Type Identities."
Mathematical Sciences Faculty Presentations.