Since one of the most important properties of binomial coefficients is the Pascal's triangle identity (referred to as the Pascal property) and since the sequence of binomial polynomials forms a regular basis for integer-valued polynomials, it is natural to ask whether the Pascal property holds in some more general setting, and what types of integer-valued polynomials possess the Pascal property. After defining the general Pascal property, a sequence of polynomials which satisfies the Pascal property is characterized with the classical case as an example. In connection with integer-valued polynomials, characterizations are derived for a sequence of polynomials which satisfies the Pascal property and also forms a regular basis of integer-valued polynomials; this is done both in a discrete valuation domain and in a Dedekind domain. Several classical cases are worked out as examples.
CHAICHANA, TUANGRAT; LAOHAKOSOL, VICHIAN; and MEESA, RATTIYA
"Sequences of polynomials satisfying the Pascal property,"
Turkish Journal of Mathematics: Vol. 46:
4, Article 33.
Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/math/vol46/iss4/33