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V ( x ) = π Ai ( x )
notation used by Fock (1945); §9.1
(with Ai(z): Airy function)
𝒱 a , b ( f )
total variation; 1.4.33
V n ( x )
Chebyshev polynomial of the third kind; Table 18.3.1
V m ( t )
generalized Airy function; §9.13(i)
V ¯ m ( t )
generalized Airy function; §9.13(i)
V ( a , z )
parabolic cylinder function; §12.2(i)
V ( x , t )
Voigt function; 7.19.2
V ( a , b , z ) = e z U ( a , b , - z )
notation used by Olver (1997b, p. 256); §13.1
(with U(a,b,z): Kummer confluent hypergeometric function and e: base of exponential function)