Acta Numerica 1993: Volume 2 by Arieh Iserles

By Arieh Iserles

This can be the second one quantity within the annual sequence, Acta Numerica, a suite of invited survey papers encompassing all features of numerical research. Following the luck of the 1st quantity, this year's papers hide a few of the center issues in numerical tools this day. Papers on annealing difficulties, parallel tools, area decomposition, and multigrid tools will permit someone with an curiosity in computational and mathematical numerics to fast seize the newest advancements and rising developments during this different topic.

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So that nJn + xJn' = xJn_v (3) corresponding to the recurrence formula 3-1(3) in the last chapter. The whole o f the results proved for cylinder functions can therefore be applied to Jn(x). ^x), 2r {xnJn(x)} = •7-i = «70 = {x~nJn{x)} — —x-nJn+l(x), x n- rJ n -r{x ), *71> 48 APPLIED BESSEL FUNCTIONS and so on. 5 Since Bessel’s equation is unaltered if —n replaces n, we conclude that J -n(x) is equally a solution. The factor outside the bracket is enough to show that it is not a mere numerical multiple of Jn(x); it is accordingly an independent solution and the general solution is y = AJn(x) + BJ_n(x).

Hence 10 jx ? J 22d x = cc6( J 22 + J 32), 10jx_5J 32iZx = —x~\J£ -f- J 32). APPLIED BESSEL FUNCTIONS 54 EXERCISES 1. Prove that the indicia! equation for x^y" - f xy' + (x2 — n2)y = 0 is r2 = n* and deduce the series for Jn(x), 2. Verify that the second root of the indicial equation in the text, r = — 2n, leads to the series for J^n(x). 3. Verify that the expansion for Jn(x) is convergent for all values of x. Prove that it is absolutely convergent. dx 4. Prove that the solution of Bessel's equation is AJn -f- BJnJ 5.

Touch the #-axis ? In what circumstances could a solution 1 1 sin2# 4. Prove that the last equation has the normal form v" — v ------------- = 0. 1 — sin2# 5. Prove that the equation of damped oscillations, # + 2a# - f (a2 + b2)x = 0 has the same normal form as when the oscillations are undamped. y' / 1\ 6. Reduce the equation y" + — + (1 — ^ J y = 0 to normal form. What do you conclude from the result ? 7. Prove that any solution of x2y" + xy' + (#2 — n2)y = 0 must have an infinity of zeros. 8.

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