Miscellaneous Properties of PSWFs
Part of the Applied Mathematical Sciences book series (AMS, volume 187)
Prolate spheroidal wave functions possess a rich set of properties. In this chapter, we list some of those properties. Some of the identities below can be found in [13, 33, 64]; others are easily derivable from the former (see also ).
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