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Construction of a family of positive kernels from Jacobi polynomials

Rahman, M.

Construction of a family of positive kernels from Jacobi polynomials

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Published by Carleton University, Dept. of Mathematics in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jacobi polynomials.,
  • Laguerre polynomials.,
  • Kernel functions.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby M. Rahman.
    SeriesCarleton mathematical series ;, no. 115
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA404.5 .R33
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 leaves ;
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4928942M
    LC Control Number76355544

    However, if one wishes to study a Jacobi-type differential operator with α = − 1 and either β > − 1 or β = − 1, the family of polynomials {P n (α, β) (x)} n ∈ Z ≥ 0 ceases to constitute a complete system of orthogonal polynomials: for both cases, the polynomial P 0 (− 1, β) (x) = 1 is not integrable, and moreover in the case Cited by: 5. SERIES OF JACOBI POLYNOMIALS 5. Summation (C, i—1) Applied to R. n. The convergence fac­ tors for summability (C, k) have the form. Construction of some new families of Apostol-type numbers and polynomials via Dirichlet character and p-adic /Published Online: Final Version: Abstract: In this paper, by applying the p-adic q-integrals to a family of continuous fftiable functions Letting d be a xed positive integer with (p;d) = 1, we have X = Xd.


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Related Databases. () A Five-Parameter Family of Positive Kernels from Jacobi Polynomials. SIAM Journal on Mathematical AnalysisAbstract | PDF ( KB) Cited by: In mathematics, Jacobi polynomials (occasionally called hypergeometric polynomials) P (α, β) n (x) are a class of classical orthogonal are orthogonal with respect to the weight (1 − x) α (1 + x) β on the interval [−1, 1].The Gegenbauer polynomials, and thus also the Legendre, Zernike and Chebyshev polynomials, are special cases of the Jacobi polynomials.

with positive measure if and only if and either or. This yields a positive convolution structure for Jacobi series. For the above measure can be computed explicitly from the addition formula for Jacobi polynomials.

See, Lecture 4. The sequence of Pseudo-Jacobi polynomials {Pnα,α¯}n=0∞ is the only other subclass in the general Jacobi family (beside the classical Jacobi polynomials) that has nn. Positive definite functions on the unit sphere and integrals of Jacobi polynomials Article in Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society (5) January with 30 Reads.

We introduce a family of generalized Jacobi polynomials/functions with indexes α,β ∈R which are mutually orthogonal with respect to the corresponding Jacobi weights and which inherit selected important properties of the classical Jacobi polynomials.

We establish their basic approximation properties in suitably weighted Sobolev spaces. SIAM Journal on Mathematical AnalysisOn Jacobi functions and multiplication theorems for integrals of Bessel functions. Journal of Mathematical Analysis and Applications() Construction of a Family of Positive Kernels from Jacobi Polynomials.

SIAM Journal on Mathematical AnalysisCited by: On a similar spirit is Polynomials by V.V. Prasolov. I've found the treatment in both these books very nice, with lots of examples/applications and history of the results. Oh, and in case you are interested in orthogonal polynomials, I believe the standard reference is Szegö's book.

The standard Jacobi polynomials can be defined by a three term recurrence formula that is a bit too ugly to quote here. It is worth noting that the definition of the Jacobi polynomials is general enough that it includes some familiar families as special cases: if a = b = 0, we have the Legendre polynomials, P(n,x).

Algebraic properties of a family of Jacobi polynomials par John CULLINAN, Farshid HAJIR et Elizabeth SELL Résumé. La famille des polynômes à un seul paramètre J n(x,y) = P n j=0 y+j xj est une sous-famille de la famille (à deux para-mètres) des polynômes de Jacobi.

On montre que pour chaque n ≥ 6, quand on spécialise en y 0 ∈ Q, le Cited by: 2. a special system of polynomials of successively increasing degree. For n = 0, 1, 2, the Jacobi polynomials (x) may be defined by the formula. Jacobi polynomials are orthogonal on the interval [–1, 1] with respect to the weight function (1 – x) α (l + x) β (seeORTHOGONAL POLYNOMIAL).They were introduced by K.

Jacobi in a work published in MATHEMATICS THE ADDITION FORMULA FOR JACOBI POLYNOMIALS I SUMMARY OF RESULTS *) BY T. KOORNWINDER (Communicated by Prof.

VAN WIJNGAARDEN at the meeting of Novem ) y the author derived a Laplace integral representation, a product formula and an addition formula for Jacobi polynomials P,(,-P).Cited by: Zeros of Jacobi Polynomials and associated Inequalities Nina Mancha A Dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Science, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, in ful lment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Science.

Prove Orthogonality of Jacobi Polynomials with Respect to Weight Function. The Jacobi polynomials P(n,a,b,x) are orthogonal with respect to the weight function (1 −. Stack Exchange network consists of Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.

Visit Stack Exchange. A Bernstein-type inequality is obtained for the Jacobi polynomials \(P_{n}^{(\alpha,\beta)} (x)\), which is uniform for all degrees n≥0, all real α,β≥0, and all values x∈[−1,1].

It provides uniform bounds on a complete set of matrix coefficients for the irreducible representations of SU(2) with a decay of d −1/4 in the dimension d of the by: of characterizations of d-dimensional Jacobi and Hahn polynomials exist in literature.

We will focus on a construction of Jacobi polynomials, based on a method originally proposed by Koornwinder [15] that has a strong probabilistic interpretation. Based on this, we will re-interpret the role of Jacobi polynomials in the construction of multivariateCited by: JACOBI_POLYNOMIAL, a C library which evaluates the Jacobi polynomial.

For a given choice of the parameters a and b, both greater than -1, the Jacobi polynomials are a set of polynomials which are pairwise orthogonal with respect to the integral: integral (-1 =x=+1) J(i,a,b,x) J(j,a,b,x) (1-x)^a (1+x)^b dx That is, this integral is 0 unless i.

Polynomials: JacobiP[n,a,b,z] ( formulas) Primary definition (1 formula) Specific values (26 formulas) General characteristics (13 formulas) Series representations (51 formulas) Integral representations (2 formulas) Generating functions (2 formulas) Differential equations (12.

I am asked to construct a polynomial f(x) at the lowest grade possible where x = 2 is a double zero point, x = -1 is one zero and f(0) = 2. Im not sure how a. In this paper, exact solution of the characteristic equation with Cauchy kernel on the interval [−1, 1] is presented.

Next, Jacobi polynomials are used to derive approximate solutions of the characteristic and general Cauchy-type singular integral equations. Moreover, estimations of errors of the approximated solutions are presented and by: The Legendre polynomials P n(x) correspond to the particular case α= β= 0 of the Jacobi polynomials or to the case λ= 1/2 of the ultraspherical polynomials.

The Laguerre polynomials L(α) n (x) are orthogonal on (0,∞) with respect to the weight function e−xxα and they satisfy the differential equation xy00 +(α+1−x)y0 +ny= 0 while the Hermite polynomials H. Abstract: Hahn polynomials of several variables can be defined by using the Jacobi polynomials on the simplex as a generating function.

Starting from this connection, a number of properties for these two families of orthogonal polynomials are derived. It is shown that the Hahn polynomials appear as connecting coefficients between several families of Cited by: 4.

Review of the first edition:‘This book is the first modern treatment of orthogonal polynomials of several real variables. It presents not only a general theory, but also detailed results of recent research on generalizations of various classical cases.'Cited by: Series representations (51 formulas) © – Wolfram Research, Inc.

Lp-BOUNDEDNESS OF THE KERNELS RELATIVE TO GENERALIZED JACOBI WEIGHTS J. Guadalupe Hern´andez (1), M. P´erez Riera, F.

Ruiz Blasco(1) and J. Varona Malumbres(2) (1) Departamento de Matem´aticas, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Zaragoza.

(2) Departamento de Matem´atica Aplicada, Colegio Universitario de La Rioja, Universidad de. RAHMAN: Construction of a family of positive kernels from Jacobi polynomials.

SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis 7,M. RAHMAN: A five-parameter family of positive kernels from Jacobi polynomials. SIAM Journal on. "The theory of polynomials is a very important and interesting part of mathematics.

We note that at the end of chapters some interesting problems and their solutions can be found. This is an excellent book written about polynomials. We can recommend this book to all who are interested in the theory of polynomials."/5(3).

Faulhaber himself did not know the formula in this form, but only computed the first seventeen polynomials; the general form was established with the discovery of the Bernoulli numbers (see History section). The derivation of Faulhaber's formula is available in The Book of Numbers by John Horton Conway and Richard K.

Guy. UNCONDITIONAL AND QUASI-GREEDY BASES IN L p WITH APPLICATIONS TO JACOBI POLYNOMIALS FOURIER SERIES FERNANDO ALBIAC, JOSE L.

ANSORENA, OSCAR CIAURRI, AND JUAN L. VARONA Abstract. We show that the decreasing rearrangement of the Fourier series with respect to the Jacobi polynomials for functions in L p does not converge.

They are known as Orr-type theorems and can be found in Slater's book "Generalized hypergeometric functions", Section (there are some instances in Bailey's "Generalized hypergeometric series" as well).

A mysterious relation with the Legendre polynomials Good (), Lawden (), Moser and Zayachkowski () observed that dn,n = Pn(3), where Pn(x) is the n-th Legendre polynomial. There has been a consensus that this link is not very. Jacobi functions: the addition formula and the positivity of the dual convolution structure Mogens Flensted-Jensen* and Tom H.

Koornwinder Abstract. We prove an addition formula for Jacobi functions r ~' ~) (~17_~-~) analogous to the known addition formula for Jacobi by: of zeros of sequences of Jacobi polynomials {^""'^WJ^Lo where an or ßn (or both) are allowed to grow with n.

Results on this latter problem have application to the study of incomplete polynomials, as is discussed in The sharpness of Lorentz's theorem on incomplete polynomials [1]. The present note. of general parameters generalized Jacobi polynomials.

More recently,[]suggestedtwoLegendre-dual-Petrov-Galerkin algorithms for solving the integrated formsofhighodd-orderBVPs,[ ]have developed some algorithms for handling third- and h. Jacobi polynomials on which they are defined.

The key idea behind this formula is that some Jacobi polynomials on a simplex can be viewed as univariate Jacobi polynomials, and for these the recurrence reduces to the univariate three term recurrence.

Key Words: (recursive) three term recurrence relations, multivariate Jacobi polynomials. kernels is a subset of the class of characteristic kernels. Besides, unversal kernels are only de ned on compact sets while characteristic kernel can be on any kind of sets.

The idea of mean element is applied in two sample test. Given two samples, if the sample mean elements are signi cantly di erent from each other, then we conclude that they 3File Size: 53KB. Description; Chapters; Supplementary; Special functions and q-series are currently very active areas of research which overlap with many other areas of mathematics, such as representation theory, classical and quantum groups, affine Lie algebras, number theory, harmonic analysis, and mathematical book presents the state-of-the-art of the.

No applied mathematician can be properly trained without some basic un derstanding ofnumerical methods, Le., numerical analysis. And no scientist and engineer should be using a package program for numerical computa tions without understanding the program's purpose and its limitations.

This book is an attempt to provide some of the required knowledge and. The main aim of this research article is to develop two new algorithms for handling linear and nonlinear third-order boundary value problems. For this purpose, a novel operational matrix of derivatives of certain nonsymmetric generalized Jacobi polynomials is established.

The suggested algorithms are built on utilizing the Galerkin and collocation spectral by: 1.Abstract. The harmonic analysis of the compact circle group T leads in a natural way to the study of the characters of T, the Banach algebra L 1 (T) and the dual group Z, its characters, and the algebra e 1 (Z).

All of these structures and their interrelationships are well by: 5.Our method of construction is based on certain point transformations, applied to the equations of exceptional Hermite, Jacobi and Laguerre polynomials.

We present several examples of boundary-value problems with energy-dependent potentials that admit a discrete spectrum and the corresponding normalizable solutions in closed form.