[Maxima] Si, Ci, Ei, also more pattern matching examples.
drdieterkaiser at web.de
Sat Dec 13 07:03:08 CST 2008
Am Samstag, den 13.12.2008, 15:12 +1100 schrieb Billinghurst, David
> > From: Dieter Kaiser
> > The biggest problem with all this code is that I have not
> > written the documentation. Perhaps I have more time in the
> > next weeks to do more work on the documentation.
> I have used your comments in expintegral.lisp as the basis of
> a section in the special functions chapter of the manual.
> I think it would be quite simple to extend the property based
> integration code in sin.lisp:integrallookups to elliptic functions
> such as jacobi_sn. The main problem is that these are two argument
> functions but the integration variable is first arguement.
Thank you very much for your work on the documentation.
Yes, the lookup mechanism has to be further generalized to support
functions with an arbitrary argument list. First I have added some code
to support the exponential_e and incomplete_gamma functions. I have put
comments into the code about this restriction. We could add further
special code for any other function, but I would like a more general
This generalization and a generalization in sdiffgrad for functions with
a list an argument are also necessary to support the Hypergeometric
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