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 A303790 G.f. satisfies: 120*(1-216*x)*A(x) + (1-3*(1-216*x)^2)*A'(x) - (1-216*x)*(2-216*x)*x*A''(x) = 0, a(0)=1. 1
 1, 60, 7380, 1090320, 176978340, 30471320880, 5461962826320, 1007754602437440, 189974650649174820, 36407481107391279600, 7068262344580438681680, 1386636913539840633652800, 274365765112318301005693200, 54676607910763730416065374400 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 0,2 COMMENTS The surface "u = 2H = p^2 + q^2 - (4/27)*q^6" determines a Picard-Fuchs equation, "5*u*T(u) + 9*(3*u^2-1)*T'(u) + 9*(u^2-1)*u*T''(u) = 0", (cf. link to "Proof Certificate"). The Picard-Fuchs differential equation transforms to the defining relation by "u->1-216*x". G.f. A(x) generates coefficients of the complex period-energy function, while the real period-energy function can be written in terms of hypergeometric A113424. These results agree with Kreshchuk and Gulden, as "d/du(5*u*T(u) + 9*(3*u^2-1)*T'(u) + 9*(u^2-1)*u*T''(u)) = 5*T(u) + 59*u*T'(u) + 18*(3*u^2-1)*T''(u) + 9*u*(u^2-1)*T'''(u) = 0" (cf. Eq. 16). LINKS G. C. Greubel, Table of n, a(n) for n = 0..250 M. Kreshchuk and T. Gulden, The Picard-Fuchs equation in classical and quantum physics: Application to higher-order WKB method, arXiv:1803.07566 [hep-th], 2018. Bradley Klee, Proof Certificate Brad Klee, Deriving Hypergeometric Picard-Fuchs Equations, Wolfram Demonstrations Project (2018). FORMULA G.f.: 2F1(1/6, 5/6; 1; 432*x - 46656*x^2). a(0) = 1; a(1) = 60; a(n) = (c1/c0)*216*a(n-1) + (c2/c0)*216^2*a(n-2); with c1 = 5-27*n+27*n^2; c2 = (5-3*n)*(-1+3*n); c0 = 18*n^2. a(n) ~ 6^(3*n) / (Pi*n). - Vaclav Kotesovec, May 01 2018 EXAMPLE G.f. = 1 + 60*x + 7380*x^2 + 1090320*x^3 + 176978340*x^4 + 30471320880*x^5 + ... Michael Somos, Jun 22 2018 MATHEMATICA a = 1; a = 60; a[n0_] := a[n0] = ReplaceAll[Dot[Divide[ {5-27*n+27*n^2, (5-3*n)*(-1+3*n)}, 18*n^2], {216*a[n0-1], (216^2)*a[n0-2]}], n->n0] a /@ Range[0, 15] (* Second program: *) CoefficientList[Series[Hypergeometric2F1[1/6, 5/6, 1, 432*x - 46656*x^2], {x, 0, 20}], x] CROSSREFS Real Period: A113424. Sequence in context: A328951 A178785 A091753 * A327678 A130214 A295815 Adjacent sequences:  A303787 A303788 A303789 * A303791 A303792 A303793 KEYWORD nonn AUTHOR Bradley Klee, Apr 30 2018 STATUS approved

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