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 A276816 Irregular triangle read by rows: T(n,m) = coefficients in power/Fourier series expansion of an arbitrary anharmonic oscillator's exact period. 5
 -24, 480, -120, 6720, 3360, -241920, 1774080, -560, 40320, 40320, -1774080, 20160, -3548160, 61501440, -591360, 92252160, -1845043200, 8364195840, -2520, 221760, 221760, -11531520, 221760, -23063040, 461260800, 110880, -23063040, -11531520, 1383782400, -15682867200, -11531520, 691891200, 1383782400, -62731468800, 476759162880 (list; graph; refs; listen; history; text; internal format)
 OFFSET 1,1 COMMENTS The phase space trajectory A276738 has phase space angular velocity A276814 and differential time dependence A276815. We calculate the period K = Int dt over the range [2*Pi, 0], trivial to compute from A276815 using A273496. Then K/(2*Pi) = 1 + sum b^(2n)*T(n,m)*f'(n,m); where the sum runs over n = 1, 2, 3 ... and m = 1, 2, 3, ... A000041(2n), and f'(n,m) = f(2n,m) of A276738 with Q=1/2. Choosing one point from the infinite dimensional coefficient space--v_i=0 for odd i, v_i=(-1)^(i/2-1)/2/(i!) otherwise--setting b^2 = 4*k, and summing over the entire table obtains the EllipticK expansion 2*A038534/A038533. For more details read "Plane Pendulum and Beyond by Phase Space Geometry" (Klee, 2016). LINKS Bradley Klee, Table of n, a(n) for n = 1..1537 Bradley Klee, Plane Pendulum and Beyond by Phase Space Geometry, arXiv:1605.09102 [physics.class-ph], 2016. Bradley Klee, A period function for anharmonic oscillations, Wolfram Community, 2016. EXAMPLE n/m   1     2     3         4         5 ------------------------------------------ 1  | -24   480 2  | -120  6720  3360   -241920   1774080 ------------------------------------------ For pendulum values, f'(1,*)={(-1/384), 0}, f'(2,*) = {1/46080, 0, 1/294912, 0, 0}. Then K/(2Pi) = 1+(-1/384)*(-24)*4*k+((1/46080)*(-120)+(1/294912)*3360)*16*k^2=1+(1/4)*k + (9/64)*k^2, the first few terms of EllipticK. MATHEMATICA RExp[n_]:=Expand[b Plus[R[0], Total[b^# R[#] & /@ Range[n]]]] RCalc[n_]:=With[{basis =Subtract[Tally[Join[Range[n + 2], #]][[All, 2]], Table[1, {n + 2}]] & /@ IntegerPartitions[n + 2][[3 ;; -1]]}, Total@ReplaceAll[Times[-2, Multinomial @@ #, v[Total[#]], Times @@ Power[RSet[# - 1] & /@ Range[n + 2], #]] & /@ basis, {Q^2 -> 1, v[2] -> 1/4}]] dt[n_] := With[{exp = Normal[Series[-1/(1 + x)/.x -> Total[(2 # v[#] RExp[n - 1]^(# - 2) &/@Range[3, n + 2])], {b, 0, n}]]}, Expand@ReplaceAll[Coefficient[exp, b, #] & /@ Range[n], R -> RSet]] RingGens[n_] :=Times @@ (v /@ #) & /@ (IntegerPartitions[n]/. x_Integer :> x + 2) tri[m_] := MapThread[Function[{a, b}, Times[-# /. v[n_] :> Q^n /. Q^n_ :>  Binomial[n, n/2], (1/2) Coefficient[a, #]] & /@ b], {dt[2 m][[2 #]] & /@ Range[m], RingGens[2 #] & /@ Range[m]}] RSet[0] = 1; Set[RSet[#], Expand@RCalc[#]] & /@ Range[2*7]; tri7 = tri[7]; tri7 // TableForm PeriodExpansion[tri_, n_] := ReplaceAll[ 1 + Dot[MapThread[ Dot, {tri,   2 RingGens[2 #] & /@ Range[n]}], (2 h)^(Range[n])], {v[m_] :> (v[m]*(1/2)^m)}] {#, SameQ[Normal@Series[(2/Pi)*EllipticK[k], {k, 0, 7}], #]}&@ReplaceAll[ PeriodExpansion[tri7, 7], {v[n_/; OddQ[n]]:>0, v[n_]:> (-1)^(n/2-1)/2/(n!), h->2 k}] CROSSREFS Arbitrary Oscillator: A276738, A276814, A276815, A276817. Pendulum: A273506, A273507, A274076, A274078, A274130, A274131, A038534, A056982, A000984, A001790, A038533, A046161, A273496. EllipticK: A038534, A038533. Partition Triangles: A263633, A080577, A036038, A036040, A080575, A178867. Sequence in context: A114201 A263476 A263470 * A200979 A052715 A052725 Adjacent sequences:  A276813 A276814 A276815 * A276817 A276818 A276819 KEYWORD sign,tabf AUTHOR Bradley Klee, Sep 18 2016 STATUS approved

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