**Yazar:**Prof. Yüksel Soykan**ISBN:**978-605-71575-6-0**Kategori:**İngilizce Matematik**Baskı Yılı:**Ağustos, 2022**Sayfa Sayısı:**388

Abstract

Recently, there have been so many studies of the sequences of numbers in the literature and the sequences of

numbers were widely used in many research areas, such as architecture, nature, art, physics and engineering.

The Fibonacci numbers occurs everywhere in nature. These numbers has applications to distinct branches of

mathematics, as well as varied situations of the world.

In this book, closed forms of the sum formulas for generalized Fibonacci (Horadam) numbers are presented

and then as special cases, the sum formulas of Fibonacci, Lucas, Pell, Pell-Lucas, Jacobsthal, Jacobsthal-

Lucas, Mersenne, Mersenne-Lucas, p-Mersenne, p-Mersenne-Lucas, balancing, modified Lucas-balancing, Lucasbalancing,

modified Oresme, Oresme-Lucas, Oresme, modified p-Oresme, p-Oresme-Lucas, p-Oresme numbers

are given. We present the proofs to indicate how these formulas, in general, were discovered. Of course, all the

listed formulas of the sums may be proved by induction, but that method of proof gives no clue about their

discovery. The content of the book is recent and reflects current research in the field of recurrent sequences.

There are lots of applications of the sum formulas. For example, computations of the Frobenius norm, spectral

norm, maximum column length norm and maximum row length norm of circulant (r-circulant, geometric circulant,

semicirculant) matrices with the generalized m-step Fibonacci sequences require the sum of the numbers.

I would be delighted to hear from the users of the book about any possible errors and corrections.

Prof. Yüksel Soykan

Bülent Ecevit University

In this book, closed forms of the sum formulas for generalized

Fibonacci (Horadam) numbers are presented and then as

special cases, the sum formulas of Fibonacci, Lucas, Pell,

Pell-Lucas, Jacobsthal, Jacobsthal-Lucas, Mersenne,

Mersenne-Lucas, p-Mersenne, p-Mersenne-Lucas, balancing,

modified Lucas-balancing, Lucas-balancing, modified Oresme,

Oresme-Lucas, Oresme, modified p-Oresme, p-Oresme-Lucas,

p-Oresme numbers are given.

We present the proofs to indicate how these formulas, in

general, were discovered. Of course, all the listed formulas of

the sums may be proved by induction, but that method of

proof gives no clue about their discovery.