Tables of the Anger and Lommel-Weber functions

by Gary D. Bernard

Publisher: University of Washington Press in Seattle

Written in English
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Edition Notes

Other titlesAnger and Lommel-Weber functions
Statementby Gary D. Bernard and Akira Ishimaru.
SeriesUnited States. Air Force. Cambridge Research Laboratories. Technical report no. 53, AFCRL796, AFCRC-TR (Series) -- 53-796..
ContributionsIshimaru, Akira, 1928- joint author.
The Physical Object
Pagination65 p.
Number of Pages65
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16335491M

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In mathematics, the Anger function, introduced by C. Anger (), is a function defined as = ∫ ⁡ (− ⁡)and is closely related to Bessel functions.

The Weber function (also known as Lommel-Weber function), introduced by H. Weber (), is a closely related function defined by = ∫ ⁡ (− ⁡)and is closely related to Bessel functions of the second kind.

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Bernard and A. Ishimaru () Tables of the Anger and Lommel-Weber Functions. Technical report Technical Report 53 and AFCRLUniversity Washington Press, Seattle.

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