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beta function

[′bād·ə ‚fənk·shən]
(mathematics)
A function of two positive variables, defined by
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To the observed data, a version of the beta function used by WANG & ENGEL (1998), called WE model, with f(T) ranging from 0 to 1, was fitted.
B ([alpha], [beta]) denotes the beta function and the parameters above are all positive real numbers.
One year later, Euler introduced the beta function defined for a pair of complex numbers a and b with positive real parts, through the integral
Among them are combinations of logarithms and exponentials; some trigonometric integrals; combinations of powers, exponentials, and logarithms; the incomplete beta functions; and trigonometric forms of the beta function.
Farrell and Ross present a selection of problems, each with a solution worked out in detail, dealing with the properties and applications of the Gamma function and the Beta function, the Legendre polynomials, and the Bessel functions.
Interchanging the order of integration and evaluating the inner integral with the help of Beta function, we arrive at
1] (1, b; c; z) = [phi](b; c; z) is known as incomplete beta function.
tried to find a mathematical model that could determine the arch form with only one equation because the most commonly used mathematical method, beta function was insufficient to describe an expanded dental arch approximating the square shape.
In this paper, we consider values of Dirichlet's beta function, which for > 0 is defined by the series
where [beta] (l,m) is the beta function with l, m > 0 and is defined as
Integration Techniques, Gamma Function, Beta Function, Cauchy
Tables of the Incomplete Beta Function, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK, first edition (1934).