Re: Multi-Variate Taylor Series Expansions

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• Subject: [mg14735] Re: [mg14718] Multi-Variate Taylor Series Expansions
• From: me <me at talmanl1.mscd.edu>
• Date: Wed, 11 Nov 1998 17:53:39 -0500
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```One must use a trick to obtain multivariate Taylor polynomials.  Try

Normal[Series[f[x + t h, y + t k], {t, 0, 3}]] /. t -> 1

--Lou Talman
Department of Mathematical and Computer Sciences
Campus Box 38
Metropolitan State College of Denver
PO Box 173362
Denver CO 80217-3362

http://clem.mscd.edu/~talmanl

> Date: Tue, 10 Nov 1998 01:21:08 -0500
> From: Tom Bell <tombell at stanford.edu>
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> Subject: [mg14735] [mg14718] Multi-Variate Taylor Series Expansions
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>
> Is there a function in Mathematica that will do multi-variate Taylor
> series
>
> expansions?  For example, suppose I have
>
> function = F(x + dx, t + dt)
>
> then the expansion to second order about (x,t) should look something
> like
>
> expansion = F(x,t) + dx D(F,x) + dt D(F,t) + (1/2) dx^2 D(F,{x,2}) +
>
>     dx dt D(F,{x,t}) + (1/2) dt^2 D(F,{t,2}) + O(dx^3) + O(dt^3)
>
> The situation gets a little more complicated: the function may look like
>
> F(x + G(x + dx, t + dt), t + dt) and so on, so that the expansion should
> be
>
> recursive.  After expanding F, the function should keep going back and
> expending G until no
>
> further expansions can be done.
>
> help.
>
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