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4. Models with an inﬁnite group. Two of the 56 models that are associated with an inﬁnite group (Table 4) have been proved to have a non-D-ﬁnite generating function . We conjecture that this holds for all models with an inﬁnite group. This conjecture is based on our experimental attempts to discover a diﬀerential equation satisﬁed by the generating function, and much strengthened by the further attempts of Bostan and Kauers , which are based on the calculation of 1000 terms of each generating function.
Remarkably, in all three cases the generating function Q(x, y; t) is found to be algebraic. 3]. We refer to the introduction for more references on this model. The case S = S2 was solved by the second author in , and the case S = S1 ∪ S2 is, to our knowledge, new. Recall from Proposition 6 that for each of these three models, xy − x ¯ + y¯ − 2txA−1 (x)Q(x, 0) + t Q(0, 0) . K(x, y) xyQ(x, y) − x ¯Q(¯ xy¯, y) + y¯Q(¯ xy¯, x) = Extract from this equation the coeﬃcient of y 0 : in the left-hand side, only the second term contributes, and its contribution is x ¯Qd (¯ x), where Qd (x) ≡ Qd (x; t) is the generating function of walks ending on the diagonal: tn xi q(i, i; n).
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