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[Help-gsl] Gauss hypergeometric function : gsl_sf_hyperg_2F1 gives up (G
[Help-gsl] Gauss hypergeometric function : gsl_sf_hyperg_2F1 gives up (GSL_EUNIMPL)
Sun, 19 Feb 2017 14:02:18 +0100
I am trying to compute the following function:
for non-negative integers i, j, and n, and real x in (0, 1). In particular, n
is at least 1 and is usually below 20, and i, j <= n. To help get a result I
use the symmetry j = n - j, i = n - i, when j < i.
However, the function refuses to compute a result when n = 14 (the case I
tried. It probably would do the same for n > 10). I am using GSL 2.2.1 and the
line producing the error is 773 in the file hyperg_2F1.c. The comment there
says « We give up » . On the other hand, Mathematica can successfully compute
the value as shown in the example below.
Example inputs (with associated Mathematica output):
gsl_sf_hyperg_2F1(-1, -13, 1, 0.651439) = 9.46871
gsl_sf_hyperg_2F1(0 , -11, 4, 0.651439) = 1
I am using this function to compute the transition probability between n
states, and n may be as large as 20.
Inria Lyon, France
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