Anger Function

In mathematics, the Anger function, introduced by C. T. Anger (1855), is a function defined as

and is closely related to Bessel functions.

The Weber function (also known as Lommel-Weber function), introduced by H. F. Weber (1879), is a closely related function defined by

and is closely related to Bessel functions of the second kind.

Read more about Anger Function:  Relation Between Weber and Anger Functions, Differential Equations

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