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 Apr14 revised Method of solving no-homogeneous recurrence equation Adding details Apr14 revised Method of solving no-homogeneous recurrence equation editing the title Apr14 asked How fast was the Turing's machine for breaking the enigma code? Apr11 awarded Yearling Apr11 awarded Self-Learner Mar18 revised Method of solving no-homogeneous recurrence equation adding details Mar18 comment Method of solving no-homogeneous recurrence equation @AlexR. I just have an initial condition: $M(t=0)=0$. Mar18 revised Method of solving no-homogeneous recurrence equation correcting some expressions Mar18 comment Method of solving no-homogeneous recurrence equation @Qmechanic You're right. I made a mistake trying to write the general form of the equation. The correct expression of the coefficient of the sum is $c/(t+1)$. Mar11 revised Method of solving no-homogeneous recurrence equation adding labels Mar11 revised Method of solving no-homogeneous recurrence equation adding more details and changing the title Mar11 comment Method of solving no-homogeneous recurrence equation @Qmechanic Maybe, I posted the question here because we, physicist, can solve equations heuristically or exactly. But answering your question: yes, it would be better. Mar11 asked Method of solving no-homogeneous recurrence equation Dec28 comment Why is $\lim_{x \to \infty}(\int_0^n k^{1-x}\,\,di)^{1/(1-x)} = k$ when $k,n>0$ is constant real? In that case the limit is equal to 1. Dec22 revised Non-Markovian processes bibliography Adding details, as many high-ranked members asked. Dec22 comment Non-Markovian processes bibliography @Ian All I asked is a book with an introduction to non-Markovian processes. I don't know anything about the topic so I asked for your suggestions. Nevertheless I added some information in my comment for Chris Janjigian. Dec22 comment Non-Markovian processes bibliography @ChrisJanjigian I'm going to study non-Markovian random walks. I don't know if there are types of non-Markovian processes, that's why I'm asking for a book. And I need a book with the most elementary introduction, if possible. I mean, I'm a physicist, not a mathematician. Dec19 awarded Caucus Dec19 asked Non-Markovian processes bibliography Dec2 comment Negative Exponents in Binomial Theorem How do you know that the coefficient is indeed the number of n-tuples of non-negative integers whose sum is k? Can you give more details in this, please?