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by D R Guo,Zhi Xu Wang,Z X Wang


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This is an outstanding book on special functions though it doesn't seem well known in the West. The original author (Wang) wrote the book in Chinese, which was translated into English by two of his students

This is an outstanding book on special functions though it doesn't seem well known in the West. The original author (Wang) wrote the book in Chinese, which was translated into English by two of his students. You can easily tell even without seeing the author list that two translators were involved. One has a better command of English and his prose is more fluid. Of course, for a subject as classical as special functions, there is bound to be a great deal of overlap between any two books in terms of the topics covered.

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Special Functions book. In this book, expansions of functions in infinite series and infinite product and the asymptotic expansion of functions are discussed. This may be the best reference book on Special Functions.

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This may be the best reference book on Special Functions.

In this book, expansions of functions in infinite series and infinite product and the asymptotic expansion of functions are discussed. This may be the best reference book on Special Functions.

Comments: (2)

Keramar
Prof Wang ' Specal fuctions is a classic on specai functions,
In fact Prof, Wang was also an admirer of Modern Analysis.
The style of writting this book is in fact follows the style
of Modern Analysis, That is why is so good. But of course
Prof Wang had his own scheme and add topics not included
in Modern Analysis. To me, the best part is on the elliptic integrals and elliptic functions. I cannot find another book
on this subject which is started with basic theories, then
step by step, to introduce you to more advanced theories
from more simple theories.
Moreover, this book is originally written in Chinese.
Now it is tranalated in English.
This quality of this book is camparable to other famous books
on special functions like George Adrewo's or J. W. L. Olver's.
As a Chinese, I am proud of that and also give my repsect to
Prof Wang, whose contribution to Scientic developmeant in
China cannot over overestimated!
Qag
This is an outstanding book on special functions though it doesn't seem well known in the West. At first sight it appears to follow the path of Whittaker and Watson, but on closer examination it actually treats the subject(s) quite differently, sometimes better, dare I say. Among its strengths are (a) all derivations are carried out in detail; (b) the author takes great care to motivate various techniques so that they seem perfectly natural; (c) the contour-integral method is used extensively to solve the differential equations associated with the special functions; and (d) the infinite-series approach to solving the differential equations, which Whittaker and Watson develops theoretically but does not apply, is carried out more thoroughly here than anywhere else.

Point (b) should greatly appeal to the physics type, and it came somewhat as a surprise to me, since I had the impression that most Chinese professors had a very condensed writing style, in which motivation isn't the top priority. On the other hand, the contour-integral-solution approach to ODEs is basically absent (at least not systematically employed) in Whittaker and Watson. When you look at the integral representations of the special functions in the book, there is less of the feeling that they just dropped out of the sky. Point (d) should appeal tremendously to most of the readers, since a typical physics/mathematics student learns the series technique in his/her second course on ODE. The coverage here is outstanding because the author does not summarily dispatch, as most others do, treatment of the irregular solutions, ie, the "bad-boy" solutions which arise when the difference of the roots of the indicial equation equals zero or an integer. Whittaker and Watson, for example, relegates the subject to a footnote in their treatment of the hypergeometric function.

The original author (Wang) wrote the book in Chinese, which was translated into English by two of his students. You can easily tell even without seeing the author list that two translators were involved. One has a better command of English and his prose is more fluid.

Of course, for a subject as classical as special functions, there is bound to be a great deal of overlap between any two books in terms of the topics covered. Without a doubt Whittaker and Watson is still King in this area, but at least for me this book is Queen. Highly recommended.
Special Functions download epub
Mathematics
Author: D R Guo,Zhi Xu Wang,Z X Wang
ISBN: 997150667X
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (December 1, 1988)
Pages: 720 pages