On Multiple Twisted p-adic q-Euler ζ-Functions and l-Functions

Min-Soo Kim; Taekyun Kim; Jin-Woo Son
January 2008
Abstract & Applied Analysis;2008, p1
Academic Journal
We give the existence of multiple twisted p-adic q-Euler ζ-functions and l-functions, which are generalization of the twisted p-adic (h, q)-zeta functions and twisted p-adic (h, q)-Euler l-functions in the work of Ozden and Simsek (2008).


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