Subject Index

A
P a w
Adam’sformulas- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
896
Airy functions __________________ 367,446,510,540, 689
ascending series for ______ ....................
446
ascending series for integrals of ______-_________
447
asymptotic expansions of-- _____ ___________ 448
asymptotic expansions of modulus and phase-_449
asymptotic forms of integrals of _______________ 449
asymptotic forms of related functions__________ 450
complex zeros and associated values of Bi(z) and
Bi’(z)_-_-_-______478
454
computation of ..............................
computation of zeros of .....................
.
454
definitions- - - _-_- _- - - _____- _-_ -___-__ ______ 446
differential equations- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - _____ 446,448
446
447
448
449
448
446
447
475
478
448
446
450
446
478
447
18
879
498
498
89
14
18
18
18
18
18
16
826
840
Arithmetic-geometric mean- __ 571,577,578,580,598,601
10
Arithmetic mean . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Arithmetic progression- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10
Associated Legendre functions- - - - _- - - - _____- - __ 331
(see Legendre functions)
15
Asymptotic expansions_______________-_________

Page

822
510
804
810
803
804
809
804
804
804
805
804
805
805
804
806
805
806
804
as parabolic cylinder functions ______________ 692,697
definiteintegrals____-------_-_---_____-_-__485
374, 509
modified..................................
notation for.................................
358
of fractional order...........................
437
358, 509
of the first kind ...........................
of the second kind__________-______________
358,509
of the third kind ..........................
358,510
orthogonality properties of _________________- __ 485
representations in terms of Airy functions- _____ 447
spherical- _- ______________________________ 437,309
Beasel functions of half-integer order___________ 437,497
zeros and associated values___________________ 467
zeros of the derivative and associated values___468
479,485
Bessel functions, integrals-- __--______________
asymptotic expansions- - - _- - __- - - - - - - _____- 480,482
488
computation of ..............................
convolution type_-_-_-________-_--_______--_
485
Hankel-Nicholson type____________- __________ 488
involving products of ........................
484
polynominal approximations- - _- - - - - - - - _- _- _ 481,482
recurrence relations--- - _____- __- ___- _______ 480,483
reduction formulas- - - _______________________ 483
482
repeated___-________________________________
simple-_-____________-_-_----------__---___
480
tablesof ....................................
492
Weber-Schafheitlintype--- ____- ______________ 487
Bessel functions J,(z),Y,(z)
___________ 358, 379,381, 385
363
addition theorems for........................
1031

..__..........____ 361 generating function and associated series....373 in terms of hypergeometric functions--..73 signs o f ....._ __._........._362 continued fractions for.__..---_--__-____-___362 Wronskian relations.-.._... uniform expansions of __________________ 371 Bessel’sinterpolation formula.... 77 differentiation formulas........_......_ 72 products of___-_____-___-_-_---_-_--_____--74 real and imaginary parts........__________ 358 differential equations for products..........________..1032 INDEX Bessel functions Jv(z)..__..__..__.._____...._ 363 notation--___-___-_______-_----_-_-____--_358 other differential equations...1006 89 Cologarithm__-------------------------------822 combinatorial analysis-.........._ ........._.......__..._..___..._........._......_ 885 Binary scale ... 370 zeros....__._.._..1005 Clebsch-Gordan coefficients..._.......____________ 371 asymptotic expansions in the transition region for large orders____________________________ 367 asymptotic expansions of modulus and phase for large arguments............. 74 modulus and phase... 72 periodic properties of....__........936 Circular normal distribution.__..............71.. ________ 362 integral representations of...___.____.........__................_-____.._.._____-____________-73 reduction to first quadrant________________._ 941 continued fraction for______________________-_ 941 cumulants for._.409.........__......... 887 abscissas for--___-____-_--__----___-_-______ 920 Chebvshev polynomials.___.881 258 Beta function...... tables of ________________________ 371................._...___________.561’774 (see orthogonal polynomials) coefficients for and 2”in terms of ____________ 795 graphs of-_-___-_______-_--_-__-__-___-_-_ 778 values_-_-_-__-__o_-f 795 Chebyshev’sinequality____...........822 Binomial coefficients.__...__..._......_...__................___.16 .._. table of __-________________________________ 10.941 asymptotic expansion_-__-_____-_-________...._..._____......__.... Biharmonic operator-..._.........__.........256...... Yv(z)-Continued Page analytic continuation of............940 941 relation to other functions___________________941 series expansions for---__-_--------__-------statistical properties of ____ ___________________ 943 785 Christoffel-Darboux formula.. 372 zeros..._______________Cauchy’sinequality____________________________ Characteristic function_._.._____ 11 Chi-equare distribution function computation of _____-__-___ _________________958 Chi-square probability function......__.______369 recurrence relations-.__358 tables of----__--_-_______-_-_---_-_________390 uniform asymptotic expansions for large orders-358 upper bounds---_-_-_____....._____________________ 361 ascending series for .......................______________......__________ 362 formulas for derivatives... 937 Bode’srule_-----_--------_-------------__-_-886 A - - - C Cartesian form.............936 955 computation of .____-Clausen’sintegral..._____________________-___ 72 multiple angle formulas...._......_._...._..___________________-_ 76 polynomial approximations..._..__..___________.___.361 recurrence relations for cross-products--.____________ _____ 360 limiting forms for small arguments_____________ 360 modulus and p~se-______--__---____________ 365 multiplication theorem for-....._... 360 asymptotic expansion for large arguments....______________________ 78 definite integrals..._............ ...._.365 asymptotic expansions for zeros. 374 zeros.957 calculation over an offset circle-..................__.....________..142 tables o f .942 recurrence and differential properties of _______941 relation to the normal distribution--......_.________....__72 negative angle formulas ..._._.......828 Binomial distribution......._.........__.__......-____._........_...__...........361 relations between-....______.74 series expansions for..._................414 zeros......_.....___-...___________...._ 363 Neumann’sexpansion of an arbitrary function.._ 364 asymptotic expansions for large orders.........._______________ 74 DeMoivre’sformula...__.........._... McMahon’sexpansions for______________ 371 zeros of cross products of ................._..___..._.....______ 361 graphs of-____-_____________-____-_---_-_359._ 75 continued fractions for........___.._...__________...___360 zeros of-_---------_-_----_------------____370 zeros.._........._ 74 Euler’sformulas________________________-____ 75 expansion in partial fractions................__......_....-72 relations between-_.............__...._....... 76 Chebyshev approximations__..____._.__----_-----__-___ 937 special values of ._.... Catalan’sconstant_____________________________ Cauchy-Riemann equation_____... infinite products for ..._________________________ 960 Binomislseries_--_---__-__________--___-_____14 10 Binomial theorem ____________________________Bivariate normal probability function___________.____.............._......... complex.__-.... 1017 10.74 relation to hyperbolic functions ._____________. graphs of________________.______..____.._........_ 16 807 17 11 928 Page Chebyshev integration........________________________77 indefinite integrals___________________________ 75 inequalities for__________-------______-__-_-75 infinite products_________-____ _______________ 75 limiting values ........_________________ 486.......________________ 72 graphs of_______-___-___-__-_--_-_-___-_____ 72 half-angle formulas. 940 non-central ....................91 Circular functions_____________________________ 72 addition and subtraction of ___________________ 72 addition formulas for ...940 approximations to.__....._............._.._________ 362 polynomial approximations.363 derivatives with respect to order-__ ___________ 362 differential equation.. 365 connection with Legendre functions___ ..

.08......539 expansions in terms of spherical Beaael functions... 81... 88...._... 686. 233 233 computation of ........300. 542 asymptotic expansions of .____________________ 232 238....._.......22.......243 tables of ..___......... definitions___________-___-__________________ 231 graphs of-________________-_--_----------__-_ 232 integral representation of ..537 asymptotic behavior of .....258..........__. 543 differential equation. 229..... 1 physical 5 Cornish-Fisher asymptotic expansions..____________....INDEX 1033 P.377.____.......941...........362....._..............______............. 85..... Coulomb wave functions-..________ 538 expansions in terms of Airy functions__________ 540 expansions in terms of Bessel-Clifford functions...... 232 integrals involving-_ _.........298...... 16 roots of_____--__-____-_____________--_-___17 Confluent hypergeometric functions______________ 262..70............ 298.......486.- __L_________________-__-_---_------- 11 11 77 85 82 88 69 883 877 877 877 877 883 877 878 896 450 896 896 896 896 896 896 896 896 897 882 883 882 883 882 914 258 1004 927 935 928 927 ....._.............363........_ 935 Correlation-............233 232 relation to the exponential integral.___...510 Cosine integral..............__ 936 231.932..603.. 75. asymptotic expansions of ........944 Conversion factors mathematical ............263....___________________ 509..................780 504 504 508 506 513 511 506 506 506 505 513 513 514 505 504 504 505 506 509 516 535 505 505 505 510 642 337 1 5 Continued fractions-__________________ ___ 19.695.......... 691.__.._ 232 rational approximations-____.......________________________ symmetry relations.....pe powersof .____........ 540 computation of ......................._ ........540 .__..__________232 series expansions for..........

......._____________________ 805 limiting values..._..._-_ q-series for____________________-____---_____ 591 relation to hypergeometricfunctions___________ 591 symmetry relations........................ complete..... 587 function__-____-_-___-____________________ 299 amplitude-_-_-_____--___...... ..___...... 74...._-_______________-_805 infinite series for-.........................594 table of repeated integrals of __________________ 317 grnphs of the third kind......... incomplete.806 805 polynomial approximations-_____________......................................... 627 inequalities for...........__................... 590 298 value at infinity......................... of the third kind...................... 589 repeated integral8 of ............._..................._______________________________ 826 ofthe second kind____-_-__________________-_ 589 table of______............597 Euler numbers ___________________________-____ 810 600 reduction to canonical form____. computations involving________________ 595.........______.........................955 complex zeros of _____________________-_______ 329 999 Einstein functions.....298 definition........ 592...... 601 expansions of__________......--__--_927 inequalities for__________________________--__ 931 927 lattice..605 relations with Bernoulli polynomials...._.... Elliptic functions definite and indefinite integral8 related to------_ 302 Jacobian__-________-__-_______........................605 255 Euler’stransformation of series_________________ 16..... rational approximations-____...................................__...... one-dimensional continuous: _______........INDEX Distribution functioneContinued Page discrete___-_-_-_-_____-_-_______-__........ Edgeworth asymptotic expansion______________ 935..____________________-_ _. as sums of powers .........804 Euler summation formula........... 298 continued fraction for..........306..................________......806..._..........................______________ table of___-_-___-_____-_______________-_-__ 803 relation to Weierstrass elliptic functions----_-_649 Euler polynomials.._-_________-___-_590 integral representation of _________________.....__________________ 592 Euler’sintegral............. 591 Fourier expansions of_ ..21 imaginary amplitude............. 590.....602 ~ _ ~ _ _ _ Euler-Maclaurin summation formula---__ 16................... 652 Error absolute_________--__________-_______-_-___^ 14 p e r c e n t s g e _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ~ _ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ _ _ _ ~ _ ~ ~ ~ ~14 _~~~_~_~_ relative.............301....................__.. 299 graphs of the complete...........593 symmetry relations.. 590 differences of _______________________-________ 804 computation of . ....__ 752 Equianharmonic case..........____.........509 E altitude chart in the complex plane ____________ 298 Economization of series........................ 21 Pago parameter greater than unity _________________ 593 594 special casea of _____________________-________ Elliptical coordinates-____...316 modular angle................ 594 Everett interpolation coefficients-_______________ 880 Jacobi’simaginary transformation_____________ 592 relation to Lagrange coefficients_______________ 880 negative amplitude--_-_-___-_________-_____592 Everett’sformula __________________________880..._........... 22.... 310....... 590 of the first kind ___________________________-_ integrals involving___________________________ 805 590 multiplication theorem for.............312...................930 one-dimensional discrete______________________ 929 Divisor functions-__ .__ 297 589 canonical forma .......................602.883 negative parameter __________________________ 693 595 Exoesa_-_----____-_-_--_-__-__---_---_____-__ 928 numerical evaluation of ______________________ ..........________..804 of the second kind...............__...... 804 591 Legendre’srelation. 14 Error function______________ 262..________....591 special values of ..................____........... 809 tables of the incomplete__________2 ___________ 613 _______________________ coefficients of ____ 804 625 tables of the third kind............ derivatives of ...................255 complex amplitude....................826 amplitude of any magnitude__________________ 255 Euler’sconstant___________________________-_--593 amplitude near r/2. generating function for_____________________-_ 591 inequalities for..............................____________.... 592 series expansions for-___-______-__-_______--_ 297 graphs of the first kind........ Euler function.. m o d u l u s _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ~ _ _ ~ _ _ _ _ ~ _ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 590 ~ ~ _ ~ ~Etafunctions_________________-_____________-_ ~~~~ 577 589 of the first kind.......599 p a ~ m e t e r _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ~ _ _ ~ _ ~ _ _ _ ~ _ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~590._. 298 (see Weierstrasa elliptic functiom) infinite series approximation for the complex Elliptic integrals.......304......______......... 599.594 graphs of the incomplete________-__________ table for complex arguments__________________ 325 graphs of the second kind__________________ 592..............886 804 reduction formulas... 806 symbolic operations_____.......__________________________-_ 804 608 tables of complete......___........______.........297.. 589... 600 tables of ................._____________-________-_-____ 840 Euler-Maclaurin formulas................__ 827 840 table of_______________________-____-_______ Double precision operations.806 592 Elliptic integrals............. 592 Euler-Totient function _____________________.._________________________ 297 593.... 804 Elliptic integrals.___________-_----.....................__________________................____............................. 791 298 asymptotic expansion of ._______________.......................-______________-__---Euler’sformula ....--___----__-567 298 derivatives of _______________________________ (see Jacobian elliptic functions) graphs of_____-_--_________________________297 Weierstrass..............___ 806 of the third kind ..299 characteristic_--_----________-_--__--____-_590 relation to the confluent hypergeometricfunction...._.............

.__ 77 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ L _ _ _ _ _ _ _ H Hankel functions.... .__....... .....1035 INDEX Page maxima and minima of ___________________._......629 C Gamma function.263 257 256 258 258 256 255 255 255 255 256 255 255 256 255 256 257 256 256 256 256 257 tables of .. . 255. .__........_...........__......_.. 255 ____________ 202... ............ ... ...__......_..__.. ........ 776 Generalized hypergeometric function---... ___ 329 rational approximations..___ 302 301 relation to spherical B e e l functions___-_______ 301 relation to the confluenthypergeometric functionrelation to the error function__________________ 301 ‘301 series expansion for .......__.362. 921 Gaussian probability function_. ..................______.. 10 Geometric progression_____ ..____________.....__.. .... ...__ 931 Gauss’transformation--.323 value at infinity.. ...... .561 (see orthogonal polynomials) coefficients for and 20 in terms of ____________ 794 graphsof ....... 267. ................. .._________... .. 377... .... 358......_______. ... . .._...379..._.........._______.....510 Hankel’scontour integral..... ......256 Wallis’formula__________ __________________a 258 Gauss series...274. ............. .920 of moments.. .771 (see orthogonal polynomials) 10 Generalized mean Geometric mean.... ... ..._....... .... . 556 Gaussian integration_. ... ..881 Harmonic analysis __________c____........_..... ..887 abscissas and weight factors for________________ 916 for integrands with a logarithmic singularity...____._.. . ... .... ........._._._.. ..... symmetry relations __________________________ 301 table of . ....... .... 321.... ..... .... 556 Generalized Laguerre polynomials............. . . .. ........._.....272.._____... .573 Gegenbauer polynomials--.. ..276 triplication formulas........_._______.__....... 301 Fundamental period pardelogram...... . ..__.. .. .. ......... .._.10 Gill’smethod_-__________--_----_------------896 Gudermannian-. ......... ....

. ..___......________ 959 continued fraction for________________________ 263 definite integrals..._.. ..... _____ 886 trapezoidal rule____..________________________ 263 derivatives and differential equations.___.00 I1 11 788 83 84 83 85 84 85 83 83 86 85 84 84 83 83 84 84 83 83 85 asymptotic expansions of-......._ 891 Newton-Cotes formula..11 triangle___-____-_-_-_______-_______-_-_-_-_ 11 Integral of a bivariate normal distribution over a polygon__--_-_-..._._ 891 Lagrange formula....._..... .....____.._. 945 263 relation to the binomial expansion__-_____-____ relation to the +distribution ----___-_________ 944 relation to the hypergeometricfunction ...__... .__.. 944 symmetry relation_____ ____.._____......._...__.. ..--_ ___________263 Incomplete gamma function....... . .. . 263.____ 263 computation of ____...._.._______.._...________._____________... ...._____________________ 69 of rational algebraic functions.....__..-------_-____-____---_--___ 956 Integrals of circular functions.___....__..._. ...__._____ 86 of inverse circular functions___________________ 82 of inverse hyperbolic functions..... ....__.._.881 bivariate__-__________-_---__-__-__--_-_-__882 Everett’sformula________.___...__.........___....... 978 Indeterminate forms (L’Hospital’s rule) _.__.._........__._..... ..944 relation to other functions........___ 263 series expansion for._________________________ 885 Interpolation.._.480......_ 13 Inequality.... .._________ differentiation formulas. ....__._.... 959 944 continued fraction for____-___________________ recurrence formulae___________-____________ 263.._262 special values of .......___._...__.12 Integration_--__--_--____-_____--_____________ 885 Bode’srule-____-_________________-_-___--__ 886 by parts----__-----_-______---_________-____ 12 Chebyshev’sequal weight formula_..........____.._.._.._._..... ..special cases of _________-____________________ special elementary cases_-.. . ._._.___ Gauss series-._...._______________________ 262 series developments for________.... ...._..._._888 multidimensional-____...____._ special values of the argument________________ transformation formulas-. ._. .. .__... Gauss’relations for contiguous functions..._ 88 of irrational algebraic functions... .._.....__ 12 of logarithmic functions.._.______... 11 Minkowski’sfor integrals_-. .. . ..... .509 BB a confluent hypergeometric function_________ 262 aaymptotic expansions of .. 945 computation of ..__.._..._......_. 262 table of .._..__....__........... ... Cauchy’s _____________-_____________ 11 Chebyshev’s------__-____-___________-_-__ 11 Holder’sfor integrals____________________-___ 11 Holder’sfor sums... ...._.._.._........._..._. ._ integral representations.._.944 approximations to........... ....____...886 Rrtdau’sintegration formula.___.- 565 557 556 557 558 56 1 556 556 559 I Incomplete beta function.._____ 11 Minkowski’sfor sums__________-_____________ 11 Schwarz’s--_____... . ..260...888 Simpson’srule...___. .887 iterated integrals-_ _._.. .._.____....._.......___..____... ...__. ... ...__.___....._.___ 880 ..._._________ 230.. ..... .._.._..___....._______. .. .____._______________________-__ 886 Lobatto’sintegration formula........__... ._..__..__....__ 886 Filon’sformula______...890 five-point rule for analytic functions___________ 887 Gaussian type formulas..___879 Bessel’sformula--...._._._....__________ 945 asymptotic expansions of . .._...._._.._......_.... ....._._._. .........__. .._.____... ._..____.... .... 262 recurrence formulas-_...___.._.INDEX P..___. .77 of exponential functions........ ._...________ 262 graph of_-____---__-_-_--_-_______ 261 Pearson’sform of ._.___________..._____ 878 Aitken’siteration method-. ... .___...... ..______ 71 of hyperbolic functions-._...... ...._887 Euler-Maclaurin summation formula-_ ._.....__._________.

.._...........__......._............__................_....... 382 of negative argument________________________ 380 polynomial approximations __....... 595 addition theorem for...._____....... 571 Jacobi’seta function...649 series expansions in terms of the nome p________ 575 special arguments.595 595 special values_______________________________ tableof ..._.._......._...._____...... 595 relation to theta functions__________________ 578......_.._______....____ 504 575 Kummer’stransformation of series_____.__..__.....383 definitions________________-_________________ 379 differentid equations_. 619 K Kelvin functions-.__.509 ascending seriesfor______________-___________ 379 ascending series for products of __-____________381 asymptotic expansions for large arguments.____........___.. Jacobi’simaginary transformation....______________.__.....__....__........ps quarter periods......_..........._._.__...__.._.380 relations between-_......... 577 561........__._..379 tables of__^^^^_^^^_____^___-_-^_^___---__^^_^^^^ 430 uniform asymptotic expansions for large orders-384 572 zeros of functions of order zero________________ 381 573 Kronecker delta-.._............ 793 graphs of____-__________________-__-_--_ 773................__ 380 recurrence relations for products--.............____ 380 modulus and phase ..___..__....._.....____ 595 q-series for.. 379.............. (see orthogonal polynomials) coefficients for..._.__......822 570 Kummer functions--........_........_..._.....573 relations between squares of the functions...... 595 calculation by use of the arithmetic-geometric mean_____-____________---_-------_-----_ 578 595 graphof ..........._____ 573 relation to the copolar trio.._ 383 asymptotic expansions of products-...................________ 381 ___________________graphs __-_____--_--__-of 382 indefinite integrals-....387..___._____.........773 Jacobi’spolynomials..776 Jacobi’stheta function (see theta functions)_____576 Jacobi’szeta function________________________ 578...__.......___...__.._.....__........_................... 570 relation with Weierstrass functions.__.16 569 574 574 570 882 574 886 575 915 576 878 574 900 573 878 575 14 569 890 572 923 ................. 669 reciprocal parameter.....____ 379 expansions in series of Bessel functions.....384 recurrence relations..__......1037 INDEX P................_.....__..._381 asymptotic expansions for large zeros__________ 383 asymptotic expansions of modulus and phase.........

...____...........................___..... tables of-___--_--_--_-_--_----_---__-___-__95 Logarithmic integral.... Mathematical constants........................................................... diflerentiation formula.........______________________ 69 67 graph of .......... 734 integrsl equations for ________________________ 735 integral representationsof .. indefinite integrals___________________________ 69 inequalities for.................510 graph of___________________--_--_--_---_--__ 231 M Markoff’sdiflerentiation formula________________ 883...___________ 744 expansions for small q...................748 726 722 724 724 727 730 722 731 728 722 732 14 928 10 10 10 10 - ................ 750 748 table of critical values of ..___68 68 series expansions for . 68 69 definite integrals.. orthogonality properties of ____________________ 732 735....................______..... 727 728 graphs of_^^^_^_^_^^^_^_^^^^^^^_^^__^^^^^^ characteristic values......___--_---_-_ 89 polynomial approximations.... __ 723 728 special cases of .................................. table of .....-..... __ 1 in octal scale......_.____.. recurrence relqtions among the coef&ients_--...............................231............ 722 characteristic exponent___ _________ _________ 727 generation of ......................... zerosof_-_--_--_---__-__-__-_-___--_--__-__ 739 Mathieu’sequation^^^^^^^^_^__^_^^_^^_^^^^^^^. 730 expansions in terms of parabolic cylinder functions__-__-_--_-_--___---_--______--_----_ 742 graphs of_____-____--_---__-----___-_---_725. 748 732 normalization of ....................................___________________ 736 joining factors.. ............... 68 limiting values....-............... power series in q for periodic solutions__________ 725 735 proportionality factors....... 68 mantissa_-_--___--_____--_--_-........738 other properties of .. special values of _____________________________ 740 table of coefficients for ..______________ 740 comparative notation for__.........___....________ 722................................1038 INDEX Pam continued fractions for ... 1017 Mathieu functions-__ __________________________ 721 asymptotic representations of ............. 228.....................

...._-.._._ 378 Wronskian relations._ 891 Normal probability density function.___......__........_.________________..780 as Legendre functions ._........__.......... 771 Orthogonal polynomials_____-----_--__-_----_-as confluent hypergeometric functions--.............. 445 formulas of Rayleigh’stype--....._________ ___374 formulas for derivatives...._.....453._....... ._._..__1017 Octal scale___________-_-_-_-_-_-_.. ._..._________.___.INDEX Page Milne’smethod...____.____continued fraction for-_ ._....___..__...... ......_........__..___.._______1_____.______________________ 499 graph of_498 integral representations of.._ 377 Neumarin series for IC&)-.._..__.___.....__...........___...._........__ asymptotic expansions of ____..._..___________..__ ._.______________-_______________ 896 Minima......._..~--_____-_______--_---__ 11 Miscellaneous functions._____..... . 498 recurrence relations.. .__....._____________________ 376 generating function and associated series._____.. 469 Wronskian relations..error curves for .__.__. ............___________._.....___...._._14 Minkowski’sinequality for integrals........ ....____498 asymptotic expansion for large I zI ._....___....443 differentiation formulas.._ 376 limiting forms for small arguments _____________ 375 multiplication theorems for..444 duplication formula .__377 polynomial approximations.... K&) ._. ......_.....__. _.......__.._......___.780 790 change of interval of orthogonality _____-_-____ coefficients for.498 addition theorems for.._ 378 recurrence relations.__......___._...__.....____.......... 443 computation of ______________________________ 453 definitions_________--_-_-___-_____---_----__ 443 degenerate forms.498 tables of-_______________--__--_----_--___--501 Modulus__-____________--_-__-__--____-_---_16 Momenta-......._ 11 for sums---__----_-___----.....__ 997 Mobius function ..._________________________ 375 asymptotic expansions for large arguments--_-._....._..__. . I... .__....._.- 933 931 932 933 953 932 933 932 932 934 977 976 975 933 966 934 826 0 752 Oblate spheroidal coordinates....._.._..._..___ 445 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ graphs _ _ _ _ fo 444 recurrence relations_______..... .._._...__...___.......... .........._. ..____. ...._...__________________ 444 representations by elementary functions__-_---443 tables of .......__.....____......___...._._______.____.....____.....____ 377 other differential equations.._._..._...__ 445 ascending series for ..._..... 15 Operations with series.780 779 as hypergeometric functions ._ ________...bounds for---__-------_____-----------_----computation of _______.....____ 498 integrals________________________________-_-_ 498 power series expansion for.................._......_... ._._____......._... relation to other functions._____ 374 analytic continuation of_ __..._._. .____ 445 generating functions for...___.... .. polynomial and rational approximations.values of 2 for extreme values of P(z) and Q(z) __ values of z in terms of P(z) and Q(z)___________ values of Z(z) in terms of P(z) and Q(z)________ Normal probability functions and derivatives._.___ 443._power series for ... derivatives of-_-----_------_-_--__---___---Normal probability function..___...___.__..._.____. 445 derivatives with respect to order_______________ 445 differential equation..__..__ 375 zeros of____________________-____-_----____377 Modified Mathieu functions.._..__._____________ _________ 375 tables of__________________-----_-___---_-_-416 uniform asymptotic expansions for large orders......_________.______._.....__..-___--__-__-1017 Octal tables .._.. 826 Modified Bessel functions.377 connection with Legendre functions ____________ 377 derivatives with respect to order______________ 377 differential equation... .__..._________._______ 443 Modified Struve functions......_...._. .._376 graphs of-________-______----______-___-__-374 in terms of hypergeometric functions _____........___ 498 computation of _______. ..._.__.__. ...___._ __ 928 Multidimensional integration..____.. ... ..___ 722 graphs of__________________--_-_-__-_---__-734 Modified spherical Bessel functions.....(z)......__.......__.____ 793 773 .___ 498 relation to modified spherical Bessel functions.__....._.....376 relations between _____.___...tables of-_-______-_________---_--__-_-__-_-Normal probability integral repeated integrals of_--_-_-_-_-_-_-----_----Number theoretic functions. . as parabolic cylinder functions.____.._._...____.......__...377 integral representations of..._._.____...__.__ 376 ascending series for.__.... ..___.__........

...___ 689 computation of . x) .INDEX Orthogonal polynomials-Continued Page limit relations......._...... V(a..... 795. miscellaneous-_............. 773..........796... 787 of a discrete variable......_____....782 Rodrigues’formula...774 powers of 2 in terms of _________________ 793.........685.780 asymptotic expansions of--.............802 zeros of_______-_--------------------------787 P Parabolic cylinder functions U(a.782 recurrence relations with respect to degree n _ _..800.....................794-801 recurrence relations.................773... 788 orthogonality relations.....785 special values of--_----------_-_---_--------777 sum formulas____--------------------------785 tables of ....._.......... 697 connection with Bessel functions____________ 692. x)-_ ...........697 691 69 1 891 689 686 689 689 689 687 690 686 688 687 700 687 696 692 693 693 699 695 695 694 ..________..............._... 509...300..

.__ relation to Hermite polynomials-..272......___...17’20 R Radau’sintegration formula.._._.__ definition___-___-__-______---_-_-_-_-_______ derivatives of .___.......___........._____.__...__..._____ _______ differential equation. 259 267...INDEX 1041 Pspe series expansions for.._. resolution into quadratic factom.....__.._.__. 440 438 439 438 440 437 439 438 439 439 440 437 457 437 440 332 79 751 756 755 .19 Quartic equation.____ ‘methodsof generation of _____________________ table of_----___-_______-_-_______--_--_____ Repeated integrals of the error function __________ as a single integral_-_ asymptotic evpansion of ____.._______relation ’toparabolic cylinder functions-_ __. generation of ..________....._______________..__.. solution of __________________ 17....276.._relation to the confluent hypergeometric function__________-______-____-____---_____--_ relation to the Hh function ___________________ table of----__-_--__--__________ value at zero______-_______-___-_--_______--_ 888 949 949 949 99 1 299 299 300 299 300 299 300 299 299 300 300 300 300 317 300 440 439 437 441 452 439 437 440 440 437 439..__._________________ ______-_____-________graph __________fo power series for _________-___________________ recurrence relations._____-_____________ Random deviates...______....__Random numbers..288 tables of __________________-_______ zeros of_----^_-_--__-_--_-----------_---_-_ 259 0 Quadratic equation.

..........._._...._... .............. @’..1042 INDEX Spheroidal wave functions.... . 833 table of the second kind ______________________ 835 Stirling’sformula-_. .....__.... 264 813 Sums of positive powers.._ Trigamma function......___..__..._.. .. .. .._ 1006 W Wallis’formula.__________----.__ (see orthogonal polynomials) coefficients for and xn in terms of ____________ 794 graphs of_____--______-____----_-_-----_-_ 776 Unit step function_____________________________ 1020 - V Variance .654.... . . ..649 relations with theta functions 650 :- _ _ _ r _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ......_. Sums of powers ....._..__.____________ 824 table of the first kind .._........____........... .. ... . 260 (see polygampa functions) 71 Trigonometric functions-.........___..____ 577 calculation by use of the arithmetic-geometric mean____-_____________________________ 577.756 differential equations_______................_.. .. ....__... .. ._.. ......Continued P p . ........ . 766 table of eigenvalues of ....... 258 Wave equation in prolate and oblate spheroidal coordinates----752 Weber’sfunction ...___.._________. 664 629.... ._.... ....____________ 70..._____._______.... ... . . 949 949 limiting distribution........._. 928 Variance-ratio distribution function-. ...... ...498 modified_________-__-_____---_._..........262 U 774 Ultraspherical polynomials-__...... ..___ 627 addition formulas for ........659 multiplication formulas_________.._____.... 640 determination of periods from given invariants_665 determination of values at half-periods. .. .... 498 relation to Anger’sfunction___________________ 498 relation to Struve’sfunction __________________ 498 Weierstrass elliptic functions-..____ 576 relation to Jacobi’szeta function ______________ 578 relation with Weierstrass elliptic functions---_-650 Page Thiele’sinterpolation formula-_ _____...._..___ 257 Struve’sfunctions. ... 577 logarithmic derivatives of _____.... 755 tables of ...._...__.__....... 497 tables of________-_____________-_____-_..____.... . ..-____________ 755 757 joining factors for ___________________________ normalization of ______.______________ 332 Tetrachoric functions.____ _________________ 948 Subtabulation______-______-___---_____________ 881 1005 Summable series_________________-_____________ Summation of rational series.... .......-----_____~~__~~~_ 949 series expansions for_______________-_______-_ 948 statistical properties of_.....___ 948 949 approximations to-...... .____......811 Systems of differential equations of first order----897 - 1 ZI - T Taylor expansion______________-_______________ 880 Taylor’sformula _________________-____________ 14 Tesseral harmonics.._.... ..... ..... _______________ 639 pseudo-lemniscntic case.___ 881 Toroidal functions_-. ..498 relation to Weber’sfunction __________________ 498 special properties of ._._... ...... . ...-_____ 501 Student’st-distribution____.....659 definitions... ._____....... etc.____....640 differential equation.....___. .. 760 table of prolate joining factors....____....__............. ...._.. ..... ...____......... asymptotic expansion of ......._______. .... ......__. .... 499 differential equation. .. ..____. .............______________________ 630 homogeneity relations______________________...______________....._.________________ 658 maps of .....631 integrals--___----__-_-_-__-___________-_-___ 641 629 invariants__________________________________ h b a d r e ’ srelation . .. .. ....._. .. ......... .___ ___.... 497.._______.._... ..._.__... .. .............. 509 885 Trapezoidal rule.__..__...498 integrals.__............- .........934 Tetragamma function__________----____________ 260 (see polygamma functions) 576 Theta functions _________________-_____________ addition of quarter-periods..e characteristic values for ________-___________ 753...... 11 Triangle inequality ..____________ 496..._ 336 Toronto function__ .. . 642.582 relations between squares of the functions _._. ...... ._____. .. ._... ..._.....__________ 496.......... 634 lemniscatic case.......... .. .. 804 Sums of reciprocal powers________-___________ 807.._ 946 (see F-distribution function) Vector-addition coefficients.-_-_-_______-____ 498 power series expansion for __________________ 496.._____...... .. .__________... .._ 629 derivatives of . . ........_. .....____._____ (see circular functions) Truncated exponential function.. ..576 logarithms of sum and difference______________ 577 Neville’snotation for __________-___________ 578...... . . ...... .... .._________________ 753 evaluation of coefficients for __-_______________ 755 expansions for_________-___--_--. . .......... .498 recurrence relations-_ ... . ......... 495 asymptotic expansions for large orders_________ 498 asymptotic expansions for large ___________ 497.__..... ......... ..._________. 635 case A=O---__---___-_-_---___-__-__----_-_-_~ 651 computation of ____________________________ 663 conformal mapping of __________________ 642....654............ ..... discriminant-_----___________-_-__---__----629 equianharmonic case_________________________ 652 expressing any elliptic function in terms of @and ~’_____________________--____---______-651 fundamental period parallelogram_ ____.........___ ._ ............... .. .________________ 631 649 relation with complete elliptic integrals-__ ...._........635 other series involving 8. from given periods____ . ..___...... ......__._........ ... ..... ..___..498 computation of ...-_-____-___-_^_ 496 integral representations of _.______..... .. ._ 629 fundamental rectangle.._____.. .662 reduction formulas_________........ .._______________ 769 Stirling numbers....._....___________....____________496 graphs of___^_____________^_-_-..580 expansions in terms of the nome p _____________ 576 Jacobi’snotation for .. .________..relations with Jacobi’selliptic functions._______....... . non-central__-___-_-______.....

INDEX 1043 .

Sign up to vote on this title
UsefulNot useful