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On Bessel functions and rate of convergence of zeros of Lommel polynomials

Authors: P. Feinsilver and R. Schott
Journal: Math. Comp. 59 (1992), 153-156
MSC: Primary 33C10; Secondary 33C45
MathSciNet review: 1134728
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Abstract: In this note, we solve an open problem of Flajolet and Schott concerning the rate of convergence of the zeros of Lommel polynomials to the zeros of a Bessel function (considered as a function of the order). The average case analysis of dynamic data structures was the initial motivation for this investigation. The Maple program, whose results are reported at the end, illustrates that our result is quite good.

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