||The complex numbers Fnm (See Table 3.6) are stored for M>=0 as pairs of real numbers Re(Fnm), lm(Fnm) ordered with n increasing from m to N(m), first for m=0 and then for m=1, 2, ... M (see note below).|
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1. Values of N(m) for common truncation cases are as follows:
Triangular: M = J = K, N(m) = J
Rhomboidal: K = J + M, N(m) = J + m
Trapezoidal: K = J, K > M, N(m) = J