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Is there a reasonable generalization of the falling factorial for real exponents?

The falling factorial is defined as: $$x^\underline n = \prod_{k=0}^{n-1}(x-k),\quad n\in\mathbb N$$ It can be used to define the binomial: $$\binom n k = \frac{n^\underline k}{k!}$$ And it ...