Fuchsian differential equation

Fuchsian differential equation

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(mathematics)
A homogeneous, linear differential equation whose coefficients are analytic functions whose only singularities, if any, are poles of order one.
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(30) is a Fuchsian differential equation with singularities at the point at infinity, and order six singularity at a = 0, presenting some similarities with the symmetries of the Bessel equation.