By Nina Virchenko, Iryna Fedotova
A number of the different types of particular features became crucial instruments for scientists and engineers. one of many vital sessions of unique features is of the hypergeometric kind. It comprises all classical hypergeometric services equivalent to the well known Gaussian hypergeometric capabilities, the Bessel, Macdonald, Legendre, Whittaker, Kummer, Tricomi and Wright features, the generalized hypergeometric capabilities ''YFq'', Meijer's ''G''-function, Fox's ''H''-function, and so on. program of the hot targeted features permits one to extend significantly the variety of difficulties whose strategies are present in a closed shape, to envision those strategies, and to enquire the relationships among diversified sessions of the targeted capabilities. This e-book bargains with the speculation and purposes of generalized Legendre features of the 1st and the second one variety, ''Pm,nN(Z)'' and ''Qm,nN(Z)'', that are vital representatives of the hypergeometric capabilities. They take place as generalizations of classical Legendre features of the 1st and the second one type respectively. The authors use quite a few tools of contour integration to procure vital homes of the generalized linked Legendre features as their sequence representations, asymptotic formulation in a neighbourhood of singular issues, 0 houses, reference to Jacobi capabilities, Bessel services, elliptic integrals and incomplete beta capabilities. The booklet additionally provides the idea of factorization and composition constitution of vital operators linked to the generalized linked Legendre functionality, the fractional integro-differential homes of the capabilities ''Pm,nN(Z)'' and ''Qm,nN(Z)'', the periods of twin and triple imperative equations linked to the functionality ''Pm,n-1/2+/omega(chdelta)'' and so on.
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Generalized Associated Legendre Functions and Their Applications by Nina Virchenko, Iryna Fedotova