(a)
(b)
(c)
Figure 3:
J2: distributions of the zeros
𝜂
𝑘
(
ℓ
,
𝑛
)
,
𝜂
𝑗
(
ℓ
,
𝑛
)
(
♦
),
𝜉
𝑘
(
ℓ
)
(○), and
𝜉
𝑘
(
ℓ
)
(■) for the J2 Jacobi polynomials, with
𝑔
=
3
,
ℎ
=
4
, and
ℓ
=
3
. The three diagrams correspond to
𝑛
=
1
(
a
)
,
2
(
b
)
, and
5
(
c
)
, respectively. The ordinary zeros
𝜂
𝑗
(
ℓ
,
𝑛
)
lie in
(
−
1
,
1
)
.