Asymptotic Behaviors of Wronskians and Finite Asymptotic Expansionsin the Real Domain - Part II: Mixed Scales and Exceptional Cases

@inproceedings{Granata2018AsymptoticBO,
  title={Asymptotic Behaviors of Wronskians and Finite Asymptotic Expansionsin the Real Domain - Part II: Mixed Scales and Exceptional Cases},
  author={A. Granata},
  year={2018}
}
In this second part of our work we study the asymptotic behaviors of Wronskians involving both regularlyand rapidly-varying functions, Wronskians of slowly-varying functions and other special cases. The results are then applied to the theory of asymptotic expansions in the real domain. 
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