is sometimes called the
Bessel polynomial of degree . For a survey of properties of these
polynomials and their generalizations see Grosswald (1978). See also
§18.34, de Bruin et al. (1981a, b), and
§10.49(iii) Rayleigh’s Formulas
For the first of(10.49.14) combine the second of
(10.51.3), with and , and the first of
(10.49.3). Similarly for the other results.