Refined versions, analytic and combinatorial, are given for classical integer partition theorems. The examples include the Rogers–Ramanujan identities, the Göllnitz–Gordon identities, Euler’s odd = distinct theorem, and the Andrews–Gordon identities. Generalizations of each of these theorems are given where a single part is “marked” or weighted. This allows a single part to be replaced by a new larger part, “shifting” a part, and analogous combinatorial results are given in each case. Versions are also given for marking a sum of parts.
- Rogers–Ramanujan identities