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This results from the equalities Df g = Df Dg and Df +g = Df + Dg , which are direct results of the deﬁnition of the adjoint multiplication. 4. To clarify this deﬁnition and the properties above, consider the following examples: ( 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 p5 − p1 p4 − p3 p2 + p3 p21 + p1 p22 − p2 p31 + + p 5 4 6 6 8 12 120 1 1 1 1 = − p3 + p1 p2 − p31 . 3 2 6 • Dp2 (e5 ) = Dp2 • Ds3,1 (s4,3,2 ) = s4,3,2/3,1 . ) CHAPTER 6. REDUCED KRONECKER PRODUCT • The symmetric function e = ∑ n en is equal to exp 52 (∑ k≥1 (−1) k−1 pk k ) , from which we ∑ ∂ De = exp (−1)k−1 .
Hence if we consider the inﬁnite formal sum of all these weights for a given set of graphs, the coeﬃcient of the monomial xλ1 1 xλ2 2 · · · xλnn represents the number of graphs in that set where the degree of the vertex i is λi . 4. 3. CHAPTER 5. D-FINITENESS: SCALAR AND KRONECKER PRODUCTS Class of labeled graphs. 45 Formula for the generating function. Graphs with multiple edges and loops (a loop contributes 2 to the degree of its vertex). h[h2 ] = ∏ (1 − xi xj )−1 . i≤j Graphs with multiple edges but no loops.
Un ) (as long as it is well-deﬁned as a formal power series) is D-ﬁnite in y1 , y2 , . . , ym . In other words we may replace the variables x1 , . . , xn for polynomials in another ﬁnite set of variables preserving D-ﬁniteness. This holds also when F is D-ﬁnite with respect to an inﬁnite number of variables, but the replacement can only be made on a ﬁnite subset of these variables. 1). The Hadamard product (⊙) of two power series F (x) = ∑ i i ai x and G(x) = ∑ j j bj x (where i = (i1 , . .