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# Solution of some problems of Mathematical Physics, Quantum Mechanics, and Numerical Analysis

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## Abstract

The theory of special functions is a branch of mathematics whose roots penetrate deeply into analysis, the theory of functions of a complex variable, the theory of group representations, and theoretical and mathematical physics. Thanks to these connections, special functions have a wide domain of applicability. In the present chapter we discuss a number of examples of the application of special functions to the solution of some significant problems in mathematical physics, quantum mechanics, and numerical analysis.

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Quantum Mechanic Mathematical Physic Basic Problem Integration Formula Schrodinger Equation
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