Quantum Ostrowski type integral inequalities.pdf

Quantum calculus or q-calculus is sometimes referred to as calculus without limits. In this, we gain q-analogues of mathematical items that may be got back as q → 1. There are two kinds of q-addition, the Nalli–Ward–Al–Salam q-addition (NWA) and the Jackson–Hahn–Cigler q -addition (JHC). The first one is commutative and associative, and the second one is neither. That is why multiple q-analogues exist from time to time. These operators form the basis of the tech- nique which unites hypergeometric collection and q-hypergeometric

Quantum Ostrowski type integral inequalities.pdf

Quantum calculus or q-calculus is sometimes referred to as calculus without limits. In this, we gain q-analogues of

mathematical items that may be got back as q → 1. There are two kinds of q-addition, the Nalli–Ward–Al–Salam q-addition

(NWA) and the Jackson–Hahn–Cigler q -addition (JHC). The first one is commutative and associative, and the second

one is neither. That is why multiple q-analogues exist from time to time. These operators form the basis of the tech-

nique which unites hypergeometric collection and q-hypergeometric





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