HILL'S EQUATION. PART II. TRANSFORMATIONS, APPROXIMATION, EXAMPLES.
NEW YORK UNIV N Y COURANT INST OF MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES
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It is the purpose of this report on Hills equation to provide the reader with a few ready made transformation and approximation formulas which may be useful to anyone working on a particular problem. Some examples are discussed in detail, partly because they illustrate the general theory and partly because they appear frequently in applications. The section on the coexistence problem contains a little more than mere examples. It may be considered as a complete discussion of those results which can be obtained from the investigation of three term recurrence relations. A third part of this report will contain applications of the theory to problems of physics and engineering.