Marisol L. Calderón

We don’t have enough information about this author to calculate their statistics. If you think this is an error let us know.
Learn More
We find approximate expressions˜x(k, n) and˜y(k, n) for the real and imaginary parts of the kth zero z k = x k + iy k of the Bessel polynomial y n (x). To obtain these closed-form formulas we use the fact that the points of well-defined curves in the complex plane are limit points of the zeros of the normalized Bessel polynomials. Thus, these zeros are(More)
  • 1