VIII. On operations in physical mathematics. Part II

@article{HeavisideVIIIOO,
  title={VIII. On operations in physical mathematics. Part II},
  author={Oliver Heaviside},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society of London},
  volume={54},
  pages={105 - 143}
}
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27. As promised in 22, Part I ('Roy. Soc. Proc.,’ vol. 52, p. 504), I will now first show how the formulae for the Fourier-Bessel function in rising and descending powers of the variable may be algebraically harmonized, without analytical operations. The algebraical conversion is to be effected by means of the generalized exponential theorem, 20. It was, indeed, used in 22 to generalize the ascending form of the function in question; but that use was analytical. At present it is to be… 
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