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Re: Conjugate

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  • Subject: [mg43563] Re: Conjugate
  • From: "Peter Pein" <peter1963 at>
  • Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2003 06:39:32 -0400 (EDT)
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Hi Jason,

Conjugate /: Conjugate[BesselJ[n_, x_]] = BesselJ[n, Conjugate[x]];

results in:

In[4]:=Conjugate[BesselJ[1, 1 + I]]
Out[4]=BesselJ[1, 1 - I]


"Jason Sidabras" <jsidabra at> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:bkedf9$m4s$1 at
> Hello,
> I am currently running into a small hang-up that I was hoping someone
> be able to help me with. It concerned the Conjugate function.
> Mathematica knows that Conjugate[Sin[x]] is Sin[Conjugate[x]]. That works
> fine. But in my case I would like to do Conjugate[Bessel[1,x]] to equal
> Bessel[1,Conjugate[x]].
> Is there a way to allow Conjugate to 'penetrate' into the Bessel function?
> am doing complex integrals with Bessel functions and it would greatly
> the programming time for this to work.
> thanks in advance
> Jason

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