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Multidomain Spectral Method for the Gauss Hypergeometric Function

Siegfried Crespo 1 Marco Fasondini 2 Christian Klein 1 Nikola Stoilov 1 Corentin Vallée 3
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INSERM - Institut National de la Santé et de la Recherche Médicale : U1228, Inria Rennes – Bretagne Atlantique , IRISA-D5 - SIGNAUX ET IMAGES NUMÉRIQUES, ROBOTIQUE
Abstract : We present a multidomain spectral approach for Fuchsian ordinary differential equations in the particular case of the hypergeometric equation. Our hybrid approach uses Frobenius’ method and Moebius transformations in the vicinity of each of the singular points of the hypergeometric equation, which leads to a natural decomposition of the real axis into domains. In each domain, solutions to the hypergeometric equation are constructed via the well-conditioned ultraspherical spectral method. The solutions are matched at the domain boundaries to lead to a solution which is analytic on the whole compactified real line R∪∞, except for the singular points and cuts of the Riemann surface on which the solution is defined. The solution is further extended to the whole Riemann sphere by using the same approach for ellipses enclosing the singularities. The hypergeometric equation is solved on the ellipses with the boundary data from the real axis. This solution is continued as a harmonic function to the interior of the disk by solving the Laplace equation in polar coordinates with an optimal complexity Fourier–ultraspherical spectral method.
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Siegfried Crespo, Marco Fasondini, Christian Klein, Nikola Stoilov, Corentin Vallée. Multidomain Spectral Method for the Gauss Hypergeometric Function. 2018. ⟨hal-01935258⟩



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