1) In diction, dialect and style it is obviously dependent upon Homer, and is therefore considerably later than the "Iliad" and "Odyssey": moreover, as we have seen, it is in revolt against the romantic school, already grown decadent, and while the digamma
is still living, it is obviously growing weak, and is by no means uniformly effective.
Merkle, Convexity, Schur-convexity and bounds for the gamma function involving the digamma
function, Rocky Mountain J.
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as well, where [PSI](n, x) is the nth polygamma function, which is the nth derivative of the digamma
function, [PSI](x) := (ln([GAMMA](x)))'= [GAMMA]'(x)/[GAMMA](x).
The numeral-signs are the 24 familiar letters of the Greek alphabet, plus three archaic or foreign signs called episemons: vau or digamma
(6), qoppa (90) and san or sampi (900).
where [Psi](w) = d/dw log [Gamma](w) is the digamma
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(or psi) function is defined for positive real numbers x as the logarithmic derivative of Euler's gamma function, that is [psi](x) = d/dx ln[GAMMA](x) = [GAMMA]'(x)/[GAMMA](x).
Additionally, there are 6 letters that appear in earlier versions of the Greek alphabet: digamma
, episemon, koppa, sampi, san and vau.
Provides introductory material to required mathematical topics such as complex numbers, Laplace and Fourier transforms, matrix algebra, confluent hypergeometric functions, digamma
functions, and Bessel functions.