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Q-analog
also called Q-analogs and has one more synonym

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  1. in the area of combinatorics and special functions, a q-analog is, roughly speaking, a theorem or identity for a q-series that gives back a known result in the limit, as q → 1 (from inside the complex unit circle in most situations)

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  2. The Gaussian coefficients count subspaces of a finite vector space

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  3. a term from mathematics

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  4. The earliest q-analog studied in detail is the basic hypergeometric series, which was introduced in the 19th century

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  5. find applications in a number of areas, including the study of fractals and multi-fractal measures, and expressions for the entropy of chaotic dynamical systems

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