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1: 18.18 Sums
§18.18(v) Linearization Formulas
2: 15.12 Asymptotic Approximations
By combination of the foregoing results of this subsection with the linear transformations of §15.8(i) and the connection formulas of §15.10(ii), similar asymptotic approximations for F ( a + e 1 λ , b + e 2 λ ; c + e 3 λ ; z ) can be obtained with e j = ± 1 or 0 , j = 1 , 2 , 3 . …
3: Howard S. Cohl
Cohl has published papers in orthogonal polynomials and special functions, and is particularly interested in fundamental solutions of linear partial differential equations on Riemannian manifolds, associated Legendre functions, generalized and basic hypergeometric functions, eigenfunction expansions of fundamental solutions in separable coordinate systems for linear partial differential equations, orthogonal polynomial generating function and generalized expansions, and q -series. Howard is the project leader for the NIST Digital Repository of Mathematical Formulae seeding and development projects. In this regard, he has been exploring mathematical knowledge management and the digital expression of mostly unambiguous context-free full semantic information for mathematical formulae.
4: Bibliography I
  • Y. Ikebe, Y. Kikuchi, I. Fujishiro, N. Asai, K. Takanashi, and M. Harada (1993) The eigenvalue problem for infinite compact complex symmetric matrices with application to the numerical computation of complex zeros of J 0 ( z ) - i J 1 ( z ) and of Bessel functions J m ( z ) of any real order m . Linear Algebra Appl. 194, pp. 35–70.
  • A. R. Its and A. A. Kapaev (1987) The method of isomonodromic deformations and relation formulas for the second Painlevé transcendent. Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR Ser. Mat. 51 (4), pp. 878–892, 912 (Russian).
  • A. R. Its and A. A. Kapaev (2003) Quasi-linear Stokes phenomenon for the second Painlevé transcendent. Nonlinearity 16 (1), pp. 363–386.
  • A. R. Its and A. A. Kapaev (1998) Connection formulae for the fourth Painlevé transcendent; Clarkson-McLeod solution. J. Phys. A 31 (17), pp. 4073–4113.
  • 5: 15.8 Transformations of Variable
    The transformation formulas between two hypergeometric functions in Group 2, or two hypergeometric functions in Group 3, are the linear transformations (15.8.1). …
    6: 18.38 Mathematical Applications
    If the nodes in a quadrature formula with a positive weight function are chosen to be the zeros of the n th degree OP with the same weight function, and the interval of orthogonality is the same as the integration range, then the weights in the quadrature formula can be chosen in such a way that the formula is exact for all polynomials of degree not exceeding 2 n - 1 . … Linear ordinary differential equations can be solved directly in series of Chebyshev polynomials (or other OP’s) by a method originated by Clenshaw (1957). … While the Toda equation is an important model of nonlinear systems, the special functions of mathematical physics are usually regarded as solutions to linear equations. …
    7: Bibliography S
  • D. Shanks (1955) Non-linear transformations of divergent and slowly convergent sequences. J. Math. Phys. 34, pp. 1–42.
  • B. D. Sleeman (1969) Non-linear integral equations for Heun functions. Proc. Edinburgh Math. Soc. (2) 16, pp. 281–289.
  • R. Spigler and M. Vianello (1992) Liouville-Green approximations for a class of linear oscillatory difference equations of the second order. J. Comput. Appl. Math. 41 (1-2), pp. 105–116.
  • R. Spigler and M. Vianello (1997) A Survey on the Liouville-Green (WKB) Approximation for Linear Difference Equations of the Second Order. In Advances in Difference Equations (Veszprém, 1995), S. Elaydi, I. Győri, and G. Ladas (Eds.), pp. 567–577.
  • R. Spigler (1984) The linear differential equation whose solutions are the products of solutions of two given differential equations. J. Math. Anal. Appl. 98 (1), pp. 130–147.
  • 8: 3.3 Interpolation
    Linear Interpolation
    Three-Point Formula
    Four-Point Formula
    Five-Point Formula
    Six-Point Formula
    9: Bibliography J
  • E. Jahnke and F. Emde (1945) Tables of Functions with Formulae and Curves. 4th edition, Dover Publications, New York.
  • M. Jimbo and T. Miwa (1981) Monodromy preserving deformation of linear ordinary differential equations with rational coefficients. II. Phys. D 2 (3), pp. 407–448.
  • X.-S. Jin and R. Wong (1999) Asymptotic formulas for the zeros of the Meixner polynomials. J. Approx. Theory 96 (2), pp. 281–300.
  • F. Johansson (2012) Efficient implementation of the Hardy-Ramanujan-Rademacher formula. LMS J. Comput. Math. 15, pp. 341–359.
  • 10: Bibliography G
  • L. Gårding (1947) The solution of Cauchy’s problem for two totally hyperbolic linear differential equations by means of Riesz integrals. Ann. of Math. (2) 48 (4), pp. 785–826.
  • W. Gautschi (1997b) The Computation of Special Functions by Linear Difference Equations. In Advances in Difference Equations (Veszprém, 1995), S. Elaydi, I. Győri, and G. Ladas (Eds.), pp. 213–243.
  • A. Gil and J. Segura (2003) Computing the zeros and turning points of solutions of second order homogeneous linear ODEs. SIAM J. Numer. Anal. 41 (3), pp. 827–855.
  • H. W. Gould (1972) Explicit formulas for Bernoulli numbers. Amer. Math. Monthly 79, pp. 44–51.
  • J. J. Gray (2000) Linear Differential Equations and Group Theory from Riemann to Poincaré. 2nd edition, Birkhäuser Boston Inc., Boston, MA.