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EllipticExp

  • EllipticExp[ u , a , b ] is the inverse for EllipticLog. It produces a list x , y such that u == EllipticLog[ x , y , a , b ].
  • EllipticExp gives the generalized exponential associated with the elliptic curve .
  • EllipticExp is the basis for computing Weierstrass functions in Mathematica.
  • See the Mathematica book: Section 3.2.11.

    Further Examples

    Substituting the result of EllipticExp into EllipticLog returns the original argument.

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    EllipticExp is related to the pair of functions {WeierstrassP,WeierstrassPPrime} by simple coordinate changes in the domain and range. The parameters and of WeierstrassP are related to the parameters and of EllipticExp by , .

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    This is the derivative.

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