F. H. Jackson

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The Reverend Frank Hilton Jackson (16 August, 1870, Hull, England – 27 April 1960) was an English clergyman and mathematician who worked on basic hypergeometric series. He introduced several q-analogs such as the Jackson–Bessel functions, the Jackson derivative, and the Jackson integral.

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