Special Functions, a Review
by S. Arfaoui, I. Rezgui, A.B. Mabrouk
Publisher: viXra 2016
Number of pages: 69
The present document is concerned with the review of the most frequently special functions applied in scientific fields such as Bessel functions, Mathieu functions, the Gamma function, the Beta function, Jacobi functions... We review their principal properties and their interactions with different branches especially in mathematics.
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