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 A128503 Array for second (k=2) convolution of Chebyshev's S(n,x)=U(n,x/2) polynomials. 3
 1, 3, 6, -3, 10, -12, 15, -30, 6, 21, -60, 30, 28, -105, 90, -10, 36, -168, 210, -60, 45, -252, 420, -210, 15, 55, -360, 756, -560, 105, 66, -495, 1260, -1260, 420, -21, 78, -660, 1980, -2520, 1260, -168, 91, -858, 2970, -4620, 3150, -756, 28, 105, -1092, 4290, -7920, 6930, -2520, 252, 120, -1365 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 0,2 COMMENTS S2(n,x):=sum(S(n-k,x)*S1(k,x),k=0..n)= sum(a(n,m)*x^(n-2*m),m=0..floor(n/2)) with the first convolution S1(n,x) given by array A128502. Row polynomials P2(n,x):= sum(a(n,m)*x^m,m=0..floor(n/2)) (increasing powers of x). LINKS W. Lang, First 13 rows and more. FORMULA a(n,m)= binomial(n-m+2,2)*binomial(n-m,m)*(-1)^m, m=0..floor(n/2), n>=0. a(n,m)= binomial(m+2,2)*binomial(n-m+2,m+2)*(-1)^m, m=0..floor(n/2), n>=0. G.f. for S2(n,x): 1/(1-x*z+z^2)^3. G.f. for P2(n,x): 1/(1-z+x*z^2)^3 EXAMPLE n=4: [15,-30,6] stands for the polynomial S2(4,x) = 15*x^4-30*x^2+6 = 2*(S(4,x)*S1(0,x)+S(3,x)*S1(1,x))+S(2,x)*S1(2,x). n=4:[15,-30,6] stands also for the row polynomial P2(4,x) = 15-30*x+6*x^2. [1];[3];[6,-3];[10,-12];[15,-30,6];[21,-60,30];[28,-105,90,-10];... CROSSREFS Row sums (signed array) give A128504. Unsigned row sums are A001628. Cf. A128502 (k=1 convolution). A128505 (k=3 convolution). Sequence in context: A134440 A129529 A298263 * A210193 A120906 A258758 Adjacent sequences:  A128500 A128501 A128502 * A128504 A128505 A128506 KEYWORD sign,tabf,easy AUTHOR Wolfdieter Lang Apr 04 2007 STATUS approved

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