j0 (and y0) in the range 2 <= x < (p/2)*log(2)
Steve Kargl
sgk at troutmask.apl.washington.edu
Tue Sep 4 21:22:04 UTC 2018
On Mon, Sep 03, 2018 at 09:10:10PM -0700, Steve Kargl wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 04, 2018 at 03:56:28AM +0000, Montgomery-Smith, Stephen wrote:
> > A quick google search turned up this
> >
> > https://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~jrh13/papers/bessel.pdf
> >
> > which has the functions p0 and q0. Maybe this was the basis of this code.
>
> I've read that paper. It uses |x| > 45 for the cut over
> to the large argument asymptotic expansion. One of the
> primary results for that paper is the development of
> new approximations that are robust near zeros of Jn(x).
> In the the discussion of the results, the paper notes
> the use of a double-double representation for intermediate
> results.
>
> A&S claims that the remainder in truncating the series
> does not exceed the magnitude of the first neglected
> term. If you set x = 2 and compute the terms in
> p0(x), one finds the smallest term is about |pk| = 1e-4.
>
To follow-up, here the individual terms and the estimated
value of j0(x). pk and qk are the terms and p0(n,x) and
q0(n,x) are the accumulated sum.
In p0(n,x)
k pk p0(n,x)
0 1.000000000000000e+00 1.000000000000000e+00
1 -1.757812500000000e-02 9.824218750000000e-01
2 2.574920654296875e-03 9.849967956542969e-01
3 -1.026783138513565e-03 9.839700125157833e-01
4 7.959574759297539e-04 9.847659699917131e-01
5 -1.015778544477541e-03 9.837501914472355e-01
6 1.931887598216261e-03 9.856820790454518e-01
7 -5.124164754615886e-03 9.805579142908359e-01
8 1.807719255473622e-02 9.986351068455721e-01
In q0(n,x)
k qk q0(n,x)
0 -6.250000000000000e-02 -6.250000000000000e-02
1 4.943847656250000e-03 -5.755615234375000e-02
2 -1.341104507446289e-03 -5.889725685119629e-02
3 7.861308404244483e-04 -5.811112601077184e-02
4 -8.059069443788758e-04 -5.891703295515072e-02
5 1.280304207101901e-03 -5.763672874804882e-02
6 -2.915080393737037e-03 -6.055180914178585e-02
7 9.007320857723237e-03 -5.154448828406261e-02
8 -3.627992116888033e-02 -8.782440945294294e-02
x libm j0(x) A&S
2.000000 2.238907791412357e-01 2.429095124592851e-01
As k increases above k=8, one sees the divergence
of the asymptotic series.
--
Steve
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