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1855: Zur Theorie der Nobili’schen Farbenringe. Ann. , Folge 2 , 95, 130–139. , 1953: Gesammelte Mathematische Werke. Dover, 558 pp. See pp. 55–66. , 1991: Riemann and the theory of electrical phenomena: Nobili’s ring. ) has given the background, as well as an analysis, of Riemann’s work. 1: Despite his short life, (Georg Friedrich) Bernhard Riemann’s (1826–1866) mathematical work contained many imaginative and profound concepts. It was in his doctoral thesis on complex function theory (1851) that he introduced the Cauchy-Riemann differential equations.

65, 75–105. See Section 6. , and R. G. Fowler, 1967: Weber’s mixed boundary value problem in electrodynamics. J. Math. , 8, 518–522. 2 can be written u(r, z) = ∞ 2 π A(k) 0 sinh(kz) J0 (kr) dk. 5) c < r < ∞. 6) Following Laporte and Fowler, we set c A(k) = f (ξ) cos(kξ) dξ. 7) 0 Why have we introduced this definition of A(k)? 8) or uz (r, a) = 2 π ∞ c f (c) sin(kc) − 0 Because ∞ 0 uz (r, a) = 2 π f (ξ) sin(kξ) dξ J0 (kr) dk. 11) since r > c. 11, we see that uz (r, a) = 0 if r > c. 7, identically satisfies the boundary condition along z = ±a and r > c.

1966: A Treatise on the Theory of Bessel Functions. Cambridge University Press, 804 pp. 21. 26 Mixed Boundary Value Problems and π Pn [cos(θ)] sin(θ) 2 cos(t) − 2 cos(θ) t dθ = cos n + 12 t , n + 12 where 0 < t < π. 3. Using ∞ 1 √ {Pn−1 [cos(t)] − Pn [cos(t)]} sin(nx) 2 n=0 ∞ 1 =√ Pn [cos(t)] {sin[(n + 1)x] − sin(nx)} 2 n=0 and the results from Problem 1, show that ∞ sin(x/2)H(t − x) 1 √ {Pn−1 [cos(t)] − Pn [cos(t)]} sin(nx) = , 2 n=1 cos(x) − cos(t) and ∞ cos(x/2)H(x − t) 1 √ {Pn−1 [cos(t)] + Pn [cos(t)]} sin(nx) = , 2 n=1 cos(t) − cos(x) provided 0 < x, t < π.

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