In 1985, the theory made a huge progress via an asymptotic expansion
produced by Matsuoka , for these constants.
The numerical solution of equation (1) is carried out with the help of asymptotic expansion
From this, we could obtain more terms and better error terms of the asymptotic expansion
of the expected value, the variance and higher moments.
In , we constructed an asymptotic expansion
of the expectation of g([x.
In  the author proposed to interpolate band-limited functions using PSWF, however, did not present a concrete reconstruction scheme though he did state that PWSF are mathematically intractable and presented asymptotic expansion
The asymptotic expansion
of the solution and the associated truncation errors have been deeply investigated in [6-8].
In a very recent study , using an asymptotic expansion
technique, the asymptotic equations governing unidirectional wave propagation of small-butfinite amplitude long waves in the nonlinear nonlocal elastic medium were derived.
The drawback of this can eliminate by the use of higher order terms [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in asymptotic expansion
1973 "An Asymptotic Expansion
of the Distribution of Studentized Classification Statistic" (Annals of Statistics, Vol.
Mansour  derived an asymptotic expansion
of the q-gamma function [[GAMMA].
Debby asymptotic expansion
of the Hankel function is written as
Also, as the frequency increases beyond a few tens of GHz for dimensions in the mm range, one needs to consider even the third order term in the asymptotic expansion
for the Green's function if faster convergence is required in the value of the propagation constant.