Vasudha Gupta

Vasudha Gupta
Thapar University · School of Mathematics & Computer Applications

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We examine a few mathematical characteristics of Rogers–Ramanujan type identities as a follow-up work. Recently authors interpreted Rogers–Ramanujan type identities combinatorially using signed color partitions. In the present study, we discovered several congruences for the coefficients of powers of q that are in arithmetic progressions modulo pow...
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In this paper, we provide combinatorial interpretations of certain proved Rogers–Ramanujan type identities using signed color partitions with attached weights. The approach of using the signed color partitions is interesting since negative exponents do not make an explicit appearance in these identities.
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Objective To characterize the total intraocular aqueous humour antibody profiles in cases receiving anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (anti-VEGF) for retinal vascular disease compared with controls without retinal pathology. Design Cross-sectional. Participants 93 aqueous humour samples: 22 eyes undergoing cataract surgery (controls) and 71...
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In this work we use combinatorial tools “color partitions,” “split color partitions,” and “signed partitions” notion to define “signed color partitions” that are further used to derive one hundred Rogers–Ramanujan type identities. The paper lists and provides combinatorial argument using signed color partitions of q-identities listed in Chu–Zhang a...
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Objective To assess subjective and quantified metamorphopsia, as well as vision-related quality of life (QOL), in patients with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) to determine whether there is a correlation between quantified metamorphopsia and vision-related QOL in patients with AMD. Methods A cross-sectional study of patients with AMD. Patie...

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