scipy.special.kelvin(x[, out1, out2, out3, out4])
- (Be, Ke, Bep, Kep)=kelvin(x) returns the tuple (Be, Ke, Bep, Kep) which containes
complex numbers representing the real and imaginary Kelvin functions
and their derivatives evaluated at x. For example,
kelvin(x).real = ber x and kelvin(x).imag = bei x with similar
relationships for ker and kei.