W. P. ReinhardtUniversity of Washington, Seattle, Washington.
P. L. WalkerAmerican University of Sharjah, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
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Acknowledgements:
This chapter is based in part on
Abramowitz and Stegun (1964, Chapters 16,18) by L. M. Milne-Thomson and
T. H. Southard respectively.
Notes:
The references used for the mathematical properties in this chapter are Armitage and Eberlein (2006),
Bowman (1953), Copson (1935), Lawden (1989),
McKean and Moll (1999), Walker (1996), Whittaker and Watson (1927),
and for physical applications Drazin and Johnson (1993), Lawden (1989),
Walker (1996).The references used for the mathematical properties in this chapter are Armitage and Eberlein (2006),
Bowman (1953), Copson (1935), Lawden (1989),
McKean and Moll (1999), Walker (1996), Whittaker and Watson (1927),
and for physical applications Drazin and Johnson (1993), Lawden (1989),
Walker (1996).