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 A244381 Decimal expansion of 'lambda', a constant such that exp(lambda*Pi) is the best-known upper bound (as given by Julian Gevirtz) of the John constant for the unit disk. 1
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 OFFSET 0,1 REFERENCES Steven R. Finch, Mathematical Constants, Cambridge University Press, 2003, Section 7.4 John Constant, p. 467. LINKS Julian Gevirtz, An upper bound for the John constant. FORMULA Positive solution of the equation Pi/(exp(2*Pi*lambda)-1) = sum_(k=1..infinity) k/(k^2+lambda^2)*exp(-k*(Pi/(2*lambda))). EXAMPLE 0.62783426768721316828383... MATHEMATICA eq = Pi/(Exp[2*Pi*x] - 1) == Sum[(k/(k^2 + x^2))*Exp[-k*(Pi/(2*x))], {k, 1, Infinity}]; lambda = x /. FindRoot[eq, {x, 1/2}, WorkingPrecision -> 102] // Re; RealDigits[lambda] // First CROSSREFS Cf. A244382. Sequence in context: A115731 A163340 A326823 * A307086 A021090 A270138 Adjacent sequences: A244378 A244379 A244380 * A244382 A244383 A244384 KEYWORD nonn,cons,easy AUTHOR Jean-François Alcover, Jun 27 2014 STATUS approved

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