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Bessel functions of the first kind written in Cython

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Bessel functions of the first kind, denoted as Ja(x), are solutions of Bessel’s differential equation that are finite at the origin (x = 0) for integer a, and diverge as x approaches zero for negative non-integer a. The solution type (e.g.,integer or non-integer) and normalization of Ja(x) are defined by its properties below. It is possible to define the function by its Taylor series expansion around x = 0.

Bessel functions for python are only supported by SciPy package. Windows users: please download and install Scipy package.


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pip install Cython pip install jBessel

or download source and run:

python install

Then simply start a Python session and do: from Bessel import jBessel

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