# Simple model with logarithmic function, details

## Figures of accuracy of algebraic approximants

### Summation of 300 terms of expansion

- A number of accurate digits as a function on
*N*, a number of
summed terms, for *x* = 1
- The principal sheet, representative
degrees of approximants
- The principal sheet, all
degrees of approximants less ar equal to 20
- The second sheet (±2¶i),
representative degrees of approximants
- The second sheet (±4¶i)
sheet, all degrees of approximants less ar equal to 20
- The principal sheet
- The second sheet (±2¶i)
- More distant sheet (±4¶i)
sheet
- A panel with two sheets

### Summation of 800 terms of expansion

- A number of accurate digits as a function on
*N*, a number of
summed terms, for *x* = 1
- The principal sheet
- The second sheet (±2¶i)
- More distant sheet (±4¶i)
- Still more distant sheet
(±6¶i)

- A number of accurate digits as a function on
*N*, a number of
summed terms, for *x* = 3
- The principal sheet
- The second sheet (±2¶i)
- More distant sheet (±4¶i)
- Still more distant sheet
(±6¶i)

- A number of accurate digits as a function on
*N*, a number of
summed terms, for *x* = -2
- The principal sheet
- The second sheet (±2¶i)

Currently, there is no linking, because it needs
much time. One can find all figures and data files in a directory **./**
and its subdirectories.

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"Summation of asymptotic expansions of multi-valued functions using
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Designed by A. Sergeev.