A new class of incomplete Bessel polynomials is introduced, and its application to the solution of electromagnetic problems regarding transient wave radiation phenomena in truncated spherical structures. The definition of said special functions is introduced, and the relevant analytical properties are derived. The definition is such that the interrelationships between the incomplete polynomials parallel, as far as is feasible, those for canonical Bessel polynomials.
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