Application of the Combined Nonlinear-Condensation Transformation to Problems in Statistical Analysis and Theoretical Physics
We discuss several applications of the recently proposed combined nonlinear-condensation transformation (CNCT) for the evaluation of slowly convergent, nonalternating series. These include certain statistical distributions which are of importance in linguistics, statistical-mechanics theory, and biophysics (statistical analysis of DNA sequences). We also discuss applications of the transformation in experimental mathematics, and we briefly expand on further applications in theoretical physics. Finally, we discuss a related Mathematica program for the computation of Lerch's transcendent.
S. V. Aksenov et al., "Application of the Combined Nonlinear-Condensation Transformation to Problems in Statistical Analysis and Theoretical Physics," Computer Physics Communications Package, vol. 150, no. 1, pp. 1-20, Elsevier, Nov 2003.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1016/S0010-4655(02)00627-6
Keywords and Phrases
Algorithms; Approximation Theory; Mathematical Transformations; Problem Solving; Statistical Mechanics; Statistical Methods; Statistical Distributions; Computational Methods
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01 Nov 2003