3 edition of Special functions of mathematical physics and chemistry found in the catalog.
Special functions of mathematical physics and chemistry
Ian Naismith Sneddon
Previous ed. (B56-5629) 1956.
|Statement||Ian N. Sneddon.|
|Series||University mathematical texts|
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|Number of Pages||184|
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Famous Russian work covers basic theory of the more important special functions and their application to specific problems of physics and engineering. Most space devoted to the application of cylinder functions and spherical harmonics. Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences is a textbook by mathematician Mary L. Boas intended to develop skills in mathematical problem solving needed for junior to senior-graduate courses in engineering, physics, and book provides a comprehensive survey of analytic techniques and provides careful statements of important theorems while omitting most detailed : Mary L. Boas.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sneddon, Ian Naismith. Special functions of mathematical physics and chemistry. Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd; New York, Interscience Publishers, Families of special functions, known from mathematical physics, are defined here by their recursion relations. The operators which raise and lower indices in these functions are considered as generators of a Lie algebra. The general element of the corresponding Lie group thus operates on the function in two ways: on the one hand it shifts the argument of the function; on the other hand it Cited by:
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Special Functions of Mathematical Physics and Chemistry | Ian N. Sneddon | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. With students of Physics chiefly in mind, we have collected the material on special functions that is most important in mathematical physics and quan tum mechanics. We have not attempted to provide the most extensive collec tion possible of information about special functions, but have setBrand: Birkhäuser Basel.
This is a very nice introduction to special functions, which historically have seen important applications in Physics and Applied Mathematics. Functions and Equations studied include: Orthogonal Polynomials, Gamma Function, Hypergeometric Functions, Legendre Polynomials, Bessel Functions, Hill by: Foundations of the theory of special functions 1 § 1.
A differential equation for special functions 1 § 2. Polynomials of hypergeometric type. The Rodrigues formula 6 § 3. Integral representation for functions of hypergeometric type 9 § 4.
Recursion relations and difFerentiation formulas 14 Chapter II The classical orthogonal polynomials 21 § 5. Purchase Mathematical Physics in Theoretical Chemistry - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNAbout this book This book gives an introduction to the classical, well-known special functions which play a role in mathematical physics, especially in boundary value problems.
Calculus and complex function theory form the basis of the book and numerous formulas are given. Special Functions of Mathematical Physics and Chemistry by SNEDDON, IAN N and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at With students of Physics chiefly in mind, we have collected the material on special functions that is most important in mathematical physics and quan tum mechanics.
We have not attempted to provide t. This is a new and enlarged English edition of the book which, under the title "Formeln und Satze fur die Speziellen Funktionen der mathe matischen Physik" appeared in German in Much of the material (part of it unpublished) did not appear in the earlier editions.
Formulas and Theorems for the Special Functions of Mathematical Physics. This Special Issue includes theories and applications of high transcendental functions mainly included in the list of keywords: Mittag–Leffler and related functions, and their applications in mathematical physics; Wright and related functions and their applications in mathematical physics.
'The book is full of beautiful and interesting formulae, as was always the case with mathematics centred around special functions. It is written in the spirit of the old Cited by: Serious students of mathematical physics will find it useful to invest in a good handbook of integrals and tables.
My favorite is the classic Handbook of Mathematical Functions, With Formu-las, Graphs, and Mathematical Tables (AMS55), edited by Mil-ton Abramowitz and Irene A. Stegun. This book File Size: 1MB. Formulas and Theorems for the Special Functions of Mathematical Physics. Special functions are particular mathematical functions that have more or less established names and notations due to their importance in mathematical analysis, functional analysis, geometry, physics, or other applications.
The term is defined by consensus, and thus lacks a general formal definition, but the List of mathematical functions contains functions that are commonly accepted as special. This book gives an introduction to the classical, well-known special functions which play a role in mathematical physics, especially in boundary value problems.
Calculus and complex function theory form the basis of the book and numerous formulas are given. Particular attention is given to asymptomatic and numerical aspects of special functions, with numerous references to recent.
Each chapter closes with exercises that reflect significant topics, mostly in computational applications. As a result, readers are not only directly confronted with the specific contents of each chapter, but also with additional knowledge on mathematical fields of research, where special functions .Special Functions Of Mathematical Physics: A Unified Introduction With Applications We have not attempted to provide the most extensive collec tion possible of information about special functions, but have set ourselves the task of finding an exposition which, based on a unified approach, ensures the possibility of applying the theory in.For this part of the course the main reference is the recent book by G.E.
Andrews, R. Askey and R. Roy “Special Functions”, Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applicati Cambridge University Press, The book by N.M. Temme “Special functions: an introduction to the classical functions of mathematical physics”, John Wiley File Size: KB.