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From linear recurrence relations to linear ODEs with constant coefficients by:5 (Source: Crossref)

    Linear Ordinary Differential Equations (ODEs) with constant coefficients are studied by looking in general at linear recurrence relations in a module with coefficients in an arbitrary -algebra. The bridge relating the two theories is the notion of formal Laplace transform associated to a sequence of invertibles. From this more economical perspective, generalized Wronskians associated to solutions of linear ODEs will be revisited, mentioning their relationships with Schubert Calculus for Grassmannians.

    Communicated by L. H. Rowen

    AMSC: 13N99, 14N15, 05E05


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