Finite Differences and Difference Equations
In Applied Mathematics we frequently encounter functions, relationships or equations that somehow depend upon one or more integer variables. There is a body of Mathematics, termed the Calculus of Finite Differences, that frequently proves useful in treating such situations.
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References to Additional and Related Material: Section 12
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