[Numpy-discussion] NaN (Not a Number) occurs in calculation of complex number for Bessel functions

Happyman bahtiyor_zohidov@mail...
Fri Dec 21 05:29:12 CST 2012


 DEAR PYTHON USERS

DO MATHEMATICAL FUNCTIONS HAVE LIMITATION IN PYTHON in comparison with other programming languages ????

I have two mathematical functions:

from scipy.special import sph_jn,  sph_jnyn

1)  sph_jn (n, z) ---> n is float, z is complex number for example:  a,b=sph_jn ( 2.0 , 5+0.4j )  gives the following result: 
>>>  a
        array( [ - 0.20416243 + 0.03963597j, - 0.10714653 - 0.06227716j, 0.13731305 - 0.07165432j ] )
>>>b
       array(  [ 0.10714653 + 0.06227716j, -0.15959617 + 0.06098154j, -0.18559289 - 0.01300886j ] )

2)  sph_jnyn(n , x) --> n-float, x - float  ,for example:  c,d,e,f=sph_jnyn(2.0 , 3.0)
>>> c
        array( [ 0.04704 , 0.3456775, 0.2986375 ] )
>>> d
        array( [-0.3456775 , -0.18341166, 0.04704 ] )
>>> e
       array( [ 0.3299975 , 0.06295916, -0.26703834 ] )
>>> f
        array( [ -0.06295916, 0.28802472, 0.3299975 ] )

PROBLEM IS HERE!!!
BUT , IF I GIVE ( it is necessary value for my program ): a , b = sph_jn ( 536 , 2513.2741228718346 + 201.0619298974676j )
I would like to see even very very deep  comments as specific as possible!!!!!!

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