On the three families of extended Laguerre-based Apostol-type polynomials
Keywords:Gould-Hopper polynomials, Laguerre type exponential, Unified Apostol type polynomials, Extended Laguerre-based Apostol type polynomials, Fubini polynomials, Bell polynomials
In this paper, we introduce a new class of generalized extended Laguerre-based Apostol-type-Bernoulli, Apostol-type-Euler and Apostoltype-Genocchi polynomials. These Apostol type polynomials are used to connect Fubini-Hermite and Bell-Hermite polynomials and to find new representations. We derive some implicit summation formulae and symmetric identities for these families of special functions by applying the generating functions.
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