Bessel transform

Bessel transform

[′bes·əl ′tranz‚fȯrm]
(mathematics)
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Remark on Sturm bounds for Siegel modular forms of degree 2 Toshiyuki KIKUTA Generalized Bessel transform of (beta],[gamma])-generalized Bessel Lipschitz functions Radouan DAHER and Mohamed EL HAMMA Above two, communicated by Kenji FUKAYA, M.J.A.
Furthermore, discrete version of the Bessel transform (necessary for computing [[??].sub.1] from [k.sub.1]) can be based on numerical integration, e.g., by Romberg's rule.
The noninteger Hankel transform with [Nu] = j + 1/2 (where j is an integer) is known as spherical Bessel transform. Talman [1983] provided a corresponding program for sampled data, but the x-values have to be distributed uniformly in 1n(x).
Baricz, "Bessel transforms and Hardy space of generalized Bessel functions," Mathematica, vol.
An, "On evaluation of Bessel transforms with oscillatory and algebraic singular integrands," Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics, vol.