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Tables of the Anger and Lommel-Weber functions
Gary Dale Bernard
|Other titles||Anger and Lommel-Weber functions.|
|Statement||by Gary D. Bernard and Akira Ishimaru.|
|Series||United States. Air Force. Cambridge Research Laboratories. Technical report no. 53, AFCRL796|
|Contributions||Ishimaru, Akira, 1928-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||65|
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In mathematics, the Anger function, introduced by C. Anger (), is a function defined as = ∫ (− )and is closely related to Bessel functions. The Weber function (also known as Lommel-Weber function), introduced by H.
Weber (), is a closely related function defined by = ∫ (− )and is closely related to Bessel functions of the second kind. This handbook is a comprehensive collection of data, formulas, definitions, and theories concerning the natural environment.
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Bernard and A. Ishimaru () Tables of the Anger and Lommel-Weber Functions. Technical report Technical Report 53 and AFCRLUniversity Washington Press, Seattle. Notes. Abstract. Arrays with uniformly spaced elements (often called uniformly spaced arrays) have been widely studied, mainly for two reasons: mathematical tractability in many cases and simplicity in frithwilliams.com discussed in Chapter 11, the pattern function of a uniformly spaced array, no matter how it is excited, is always periodic in the wave-vector k-space, or sometimes expressed in the so.
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