Then, our Da-terms are read off from the coefficient of the sum o~0(-2/2 )/(2 -
1)(2f + 3),
4 n+1
Da = Onm(a)F-(m--1n-/2), (4-254)
n= 1 m
where the identity (X-) Fp 21 (p, 1; 1; J2/(r + J2)) was used.
In the actual calculations of Da-terms we must include not only the main
framework Qa[c1] as represented by Eq. (4-238), but also the e1 terms as by-
products that originate from Qo[-1] through the steps of Eqs. (4-191) and (4-192).
The actual calculations of Da-terms are tremendously tedious due to the
lengthiness of Piv and Pv in Eq. (4-144). The calculations can be implemented
using MAPLE, and we provide only the results below.
Dt-term:.
Dt q2 E ( f) ( + J2/2)1/2 / + (f )F/2
S2 2(1 + J2/r2)l/
F3/2 [(9- f)/.2 + 9(f 1)E2 + 3f(f 4) F/2
4(1 + J2/r)2 f(l+ J2/r2)5/2
5 [-2(f + 3)2 + 6(1 f)E2 + 3f2] F7/2 35i2Fg/2 2
8f (1 + J2/r2)7/2 ( J2/r)9/2"
(4-255)
Dr-term:.