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Topic: complicated equation including bessel functions
Replies: 22   Last Post: May 8, 2013 2:43 PM

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 ghasem Posts: 118 Registered: 4/13/13
Re: complicated equation including bessel functions
Posted: May 8, 2013 9:21 AM

> > How convert this equation to real and imaginary parts?
> > I can not,because I arguments of bessel functions are complex.foe example:
> > besseli(1,2+3*j)
> > how separate for real and imaginary parts?
> > ghasem

>
> z -> besseli(1,z)
>
> consider
> (x,y) -> (real(besseli(1,z), imag(besseli(1,z))), where z = 1+1iy.
>
> The later function is R^2 -> R^2, even intermediately it's a 1D complex function Z -> Z.

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thank you Mr abbasi and Bruno
BUT,I think that you don't understand my equation.
argument of bessel functions are complex,and also my unknown ('bet') is within these arguments.
So,when you use from:
real(besseli(1,z)) or,in total:
real(my_final_equation)
in fact you separate only real and imaginary parts in out of argument.but,my complex unknown exist within bessel arguments,aslo.
So,when I introduce "syms bet" and write the code and finally use from:
exp2(i) = fsolve(@(bet)eval(exp1(i)),my_guess);
in fact,"bet" unknown is a parameter (inexp1(i)) equation),and MATLAB with real and imag command,can not separate real and imaginary parts of "bet".
it is clear my explanations?
thank you very much for your attention...
ghasem

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