Stegun. Handbook Of Mathematical Functions

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. the many scientists and engineers who use the special functions of applied mathematics in their day-to-day work, so much so. existence.2 The success of the original handbook, widely referred to as “Abramowitz and Stegun” (“A&S”), derived not only from. and notations for special functions. The provision of standard reference data of this type is a core function of NIST. Much has changed in the years since A&S was published. Certainly, advances in applied mathematics have.

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