Asymptotic expansions by A. Erdelyi

By A. Erdelyi

Quite a few tools for asymptotic assessment of integrals containing a wide parameter, and suggestions of normal linear differential equations by way of asymptotic enlargement. initially ready for the place of work of Naval examine, this significant monograph introduces numerous tools for the asymptotic assessment of integrals containing a wide parameter, and suggestions of normal linear differential equations through asymptotic expansions. 1956 unabridged republication of Technical document three, workplace of Naval examine. Author's preface. Bibliography.

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