Solution of some problems of Mathematical Physics, Quantum Mechanics, and Numerical Analysis
The theory of special functions is a branch of mathematics whose roots penetrate deeply into analysis, the theory of functions of a complex variable, the theory of group representations, and theoretical and mathematical physics. Thanks to these connections, special functions have a wide domain of applicability. In the present chapter we discuss a number of examples of the application of special functions to the solution of some significant problems in mathematical physics, quantum mechanics, and numerical analysis.
KeywordsQuantum Mechanic Mathematical Physic Basic Problem Integration Formula Schrodinger Equation
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