Padé Table

In complex analysis, a Padé table is an array, possibly of infinite extent, of the rational Padé approximants

Rm, n

to a given complex formal power series. Certain sequences of approximants lying within a Padé table can often be shown to correspond with successive convergents of a continued fraction representation of a holomorphic or meromorphic function.

Read more about Padé Table:  History, Notation, The Block Theorem and Normal Approximants, Connection With Continued Fractions, An Example – The Exponential Function, Generalizations, See Also

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