Bessel Equation

Bessel equation

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The differential equation z 2ƒ″(z) + z ƒ′(z) + (z 2-n 2)ƒ(z) = 0.

Bessel Equation


a linear differential equation of the second order of the form

x2y” + xy’ + (x2 - p2)y = 0

where the parameter (“index”) p can take on arbitrary (complex) values. The equation is named for F. Bessel. Numerous physics problems reduce to this equation. The solutions of the Bessel equation are called cylinder functions.


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