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Re: StruveH runtime error

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  • Subject: [mg45679] Re: StruveH runtime error
  • From: "Alan" <infoNOSPAM at optioncity.net>
  • Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2004 05:15:22 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <buap11$mim$1@smc.vnet.net>
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

> I am having troubles in evaluating StruveH functions.
>
> StruveH[1,10^4]=0.643716
> took 278356 sec on P4, 2.8GHz (HDD 120GB, 1024MB PC3200 RAM) Win XP SP1
> machine with Mathematica v.5.0.
> It took really long time. But the value could be evaluated.
>
> However,
> StruveH[1,10^5]
> could not be evaluated, because the session was terminated with a Windows
> error message

Abramowitz & Stegun says:

StruveH[1, z] ~  BesselY[1,z] + (2/Pi)(1 + 1/z^2 - 3/z^4 + 45/z^6 +
O(1/z^8))

Let h[z]  = BesselY[1,z] + (2/Pi)(1 + 1/z^2 - 3/z^4 + 45/z^6)

In[123]:=
Timing[N[h[10^4]]]
Out[123]=
{0.016 Second, 0.643716}
In[122]:=
Timing[N[h[10^5]]]
Out[122]=
{0. Second,0.638339}

Regards, alan


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