- Polynomial sequence
In

mathematics , a**polynomial sequence**is asequence ofpolynomial s indexed by the nonnegative integers 0, 1, 2, 3, ..., in which each index is equal to the degree of the corresponding polynomial.**Examples**

*Monomial s

*Rising factorial s

*Falling factorial s

*Abel polynomials

*Bell polynomials

*Bernoulli polynomials

*Chebyshev polynomials

*Dickson polynomial s

*Fibonacci polynomials

*Hermite polynomials

*Legendre polynomials

*Laguerre polynomials

*Lucas polynomials

*Spread polynomials

*Touchard polynomials

*Rook polynomials **Classes of polynomial sequences*** Polynomial sequences of

binomial type

*Orthogonal polynomials

*Secondary polynomials

*Sheffer sequence

*Sturm sequence

*Generalized Appell polynomials

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