Volume 24, Issue 4
On the Divided Difference Form of Faà di Bruno's Formula

J. Comp. Math., 24 (2006), pp. 553-560.

Published online: 2006-08

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The $n$-divided difference of the composite function $h:=f\circ g$ of functions $f$, $g$ at a group of nodes $t_0, t_1, \cdots, t_n$ is shown by the combinations of divided differences of $f$ at the group of nodes $g(t_0), g(t_1), \cdots, g(t_m)$ and divided differences of $g$ at several partial group of nodes $t_0, t_1,\cdots, t_n$, where $m=1, 2,\cdots, n$. Especially, when the given group of nodes are equal to each other completely, it will lead to Faà di Bruno's formula of higher derivatives of function $h$.

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The $n$-divided difference of the composite function $h:=f\circ g$ of functions $f$, $g$ at a group of nodes $t_0, t_1, \cdots, t_n$ is shown by the combinations of divided differences of $f$ at the group of nodes $g(t_0), g(t_1), \cdots, g(t_m)$ and divided differences of $g$ at several partial group of nodes $t_0, t_1,\cdots, t_n$, where $m=1, 2,\cdots, n$. Especially, when the given group of nodes are equal to each other completely, it will lead to Faà di Bruno's formula of higher derivatives of function $h$.

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The $n$-divided difference of the composite function $h:=f\circ g$ of functions $f$, $g$ at a group of nodes $t_0, t_1, \cdots, t_n$ is shown by the combinations of divided differences of $f$ at the group of nodes $g(t_0), g(t_1), \cdots, g(t_m)$ and divided differences of $g$ at several partial group of nodes $t_0, t_1,\cdots, t_n$, where $m=1, 2,\cdots, n$. Especially, when the given group of nodes are equal to each other completely, it will lead to Faà di Bruno's formula of higher derivatives of function $h$.

Xing-hua Wang & He-yu Wang. (1970). On the Divided Difference Form of Faà di Bruno's Formula. Journal of Computational Mathematics. 24 (4). 553-560. doi:
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