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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)

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