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Published by International Academic in Moscow, Russia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Approximation theory -- Congresses.,
  • Asymptotic expansions -- Congresses.

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    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesProceedings of the Steklov Institute of Mathematics -- supplementary issue 1, 2001., Proceedings of the Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences = Trudy Instituta Matematiki i Mekhaniki UrO RAN, Trudy Matematicheskogo instituta imeni V.A. Steklova -- 2001 suppl. issue 1., Trudy Instituta matematiki i mekhaniki (Ekaterinburg, Russia)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination254 p. ;
    Number of Pages254
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16037500M

    Chapter 3. Asymptotic series 21 Asymptotic vs convergent series 21 Asymptotic expansions 25 Properties of asymptotic expansions 26 Asymptotic expansions of integrals 29 Chapter 4. Laplace integrals 31 Laplace’s method 32 Watson’s lemma 36 Chapter 5. Method of stationary phase 39 Chapter 6. Method of steepest File Size: KB. In this paper we use the asymptotic expansions of the binomial coefficients and the weights of the L1 approximation to obtain approximations of order $2-\alpha$ and second-order approximations of.

    the asymptotic expansion of the probability density function of the arithmetic mean of identically distributed summands. the theory of differential equations with a small parameter. This approach was employed in the previously mentioned papers by Gikhmanand Koroluk. How-ever, as we shall see presently, in the study of limit problems which File Size: KB. Chapter 1 covers the asymptotic theory of real Laplace-type integrals. The computation of the coefficients appearing in the asymptotic expansions are de-scribed completely in this chapter. In Chapter 2, we discuss two methods from the asymptotic theory of complex Laplace-type integrals: the Method of Steepest Descents and Perron’s Size: 1MB.

    As such, it appeals to a wide audience of mathematicians whose interests include the study of special functions, summability theory, analytic number theory, series and sequences, approximation theory, asymptotic expansions, or numerical methods. Richly illustrated, it features chapter summaries, and includes numerous examples and exercises. introduce some basic ideas in the theory of asymptotic analysis. Asymptotic Peicheng Zhu Bilbao, Spain Jan., i. ii. Contents Preface i 1 Introduction 1 is an asymptotic expansion (or an asymptotic approximation, or an asymptotic representation) of a function f(x) as x→ x0, if for each Size: KB.


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