• # ORTHPOL

• Referenced in 82 articles [sw00659]
• methods, are described for generating orthogonal polynomials relative to arbitrary weight functions. The object ... coefficients in the three-term recurrence relation satisfied by the orthogonal polynomials. Once these...
• # COSTA

• Referenced in 24 articles [sw00162]
• which is an extended form of recurrence relations. In order to obtain a closed ... recursive) form for such recurrence relations which represents an upper bound, COSTA includes a dedicated...
• # PURRS

• Referenced in 9 articles [sw05465]
• PURRS (the Parma University’s Recurrence Relation Solver) is a C++ library for the (possibly ... approximate) solution of recurrence relations. To be more precise, the PURRS will solve: (a) linear ... constant coefficient recurrence relations of finite order (when the order is 1, parametric coefficients will ... allowed); (b) linear recurrence relations of the first order with variable coefficients; (c) systems...
• # DREAM

• Referenced in 3 articles [sw25782]
• arbitrary-precision computation of dimensional recurrence relations solutions, and its applications. We present the Mathematica ... Analyticity) method as solutions of dimensional recurrence relations. Starting from these relations, the package automatically ... homogeneous solutions of the higher-order recurrence relations (and can construct those of the first ... order recurrence relations automatically). Therefore, this package can be used to apply the DRA method...
• # na3

• Referenced in 4 articles [sw11514]
• Implementation of the recurrence relations of biorthogonality.General algorithms for computing some generalized Padé-type approximants...
• # RMOP

• Referenced in 4 articles [sw41350]
• coefficients in the three-term recurrence relation of repeatedly modified orthogonal polynomials, the modifications involving...
• # rec2ortho

• Referenced in 2 articles [sw42178]
• coefficients of a three-term recurrence relation for orthogonal polynomials as input, and which returns ... system of OP’s solving these recurrence relations, provided it belongs to the Askey scheme...