This is a follow-up to the first comment (by Nemo) to the posting Compute the two-fold partial integral, where the three-fold full integral is known . (I also just asked this as a comment to that question itself--but suspected that it would remain rather obscure in that form.)

After a simplifying reparameterization (transforming $\beta$ into $\frac{b-1}{3}$) suggested by Matt F., the originally-posed problem took the form, \begin{equation} \int_{p=0}^1 \int_{q=0}^{1-p} (\mu p q (1-p-q))^b (\mu^2 q +p)^{-b-1} dq dp, \end{equation} which has been employed since.

Answers to that question have, in fact, been posted by Martin Rubey and by me, but the possible one that was apparently raised by Nemo--in terms of the original $\beta, p_{11,22}$ (rather than $b,p,q$) parameterization--has not so far been fully detailed. (In his comment, Nemo wrote "Did you try calculating Mellin transform of 𝑓(πœ‡,𝛽) wrt to πœ‡ (the double integral over $p_{11,22}$ can be calculated using Dirichlet's Beta integral) and then recover 𝑓(πœ‡,𝛽) by inverse Mellin transform (which reduces to Barnes integral in this case? I did some calculations and if not mistaken this will lead to representation of 𝑓(πœ‡,𝛽) as Gauss hypergeometric function in variable πœ‡".)

Nemo also later commented "MartinRubey--my observation above about this function having a Gauss hypergeometric form is consistent with this logarithmic terms because 2 parameters of this hypergeometric function coincide", but this has not yet been expanded into an answer after a request of Rubey to do so.

So, to reiterate, I would like to explicitly know the presumed representation of 𝑓(πœ‡,𝛽) as Gauss hypergeometric function in variable πœ‡, as this might be helpful in the pursuit of the program to construct "separability functions" presented in https://arxiv.org/abs/1701.01973.

In fact, we have been able to find, as already detailed in the earlier answers, a Gauss hypergeometric function expression for the linear (in $\log{\mu}$) term, \begin{equation} w(b,\mu)=\frac{\sqrt{\pi } 4^{-b} \mu^b \left(\mu^2-1\right)^{-2 b-1} \Gamma (b+1) \, _2F_1\left(-b,-b;1;\mu^2\right)}{\Gamma \left(b+\frac{3}{2}\right)}, \end{equation} but not yet for the ``constant term'' $v(b,\mu)$ of the complete functional expression \begin{equation} v(b,\mu) + w(b,\mu) \log(\mu)= \end{equation} \begin{equation} \frac{1}{\Gamma \left(b+\frac{3}{2}\right)} \sqrt{\pi } 4^{-b} \mu^b \left(\mu^2-1\right)^{-2 b-1} \Gamma (b+1) \left(\log (\mu) \sum _{k=0}^b \mu ^{2 k} \binom{b}{k}^2-\left(\mu^2-1\right) \sum _{k=1}^b \mu^{2 k-2} \sum _{i=0}^{k-1} \binom{b}{i}^2 (\psi ^{(0)}(b-i+1)-\psi ^{(0)}(i+1))\right), \end{equation} where, \begin{equation} \sum _{k=0}^b \mu ^{2 k} \binom{b}{k}^2=\, _2F_1\left(-b,-b;1;\mu ^2\right). \end{equation}


In trying to implement the strategy of Nemo, I performed the integration of \begin{equation} \int_{p=0}^1 \int_{q=0}^{1-p} (\mu p q (1-p-q))^b (\mu^2 q +p)^{-b-1} dq dp, \end{equation} for $b =1,\ldots,5$, then requested Mathematica to take the Mellin transform with respect to $\mu$ of the results.

For $b=1$, I obtained \begin{equation} \frac{1}{3} \left(\mathcal{M}_\mu\left[\frac{\mu}{\left(\mu^2-1\right)^3}\right](s)+\mathcal{M}_\mu\left[\frac{\mu \log (\mu)}{\left(\mu^2-1\right)^3}\right](s)-\mathcal{M}_\mu\left[\frac{\mu^3}{\left(\mu^2-1\right)^ 3}\right](s)+\mathcal{M}_\mu\left[\frac{\mu^3 \log (\mu)}{\left(\mu^2-1\right)^3}\right](s)\right), \end{equation} for $b=2$, \begin{equation} \frac{1}{30} \left(3 \mathcal{M}_\mu\left[\frac{\mu^2}{\left(\mu^2-1\right)^5}\right](s)-3 \mathcal{M}_\mu\left[\frac{\mu^6}{\left(\mu^2-1\right)^5}\right](s)-\frac{\pi (s-2) s \left(e^{i \pi s} \left(\pi s^2-2 (\pi -2 i) s-4 i\right)-4 i (s-1)\right)}{32 \left(-1+e^{i \pi s}\right)^2}\right), \end{equation} for $b=3, \begin{equation} \frac{\pi (s-3) (s-1) (s+1) \left(2 i (3 (s-2) s-1)+e^{i \pi s} (6 i (s-2) s+\pi (s-3) (s-1) (s+1)-2 i)\right)}{161280 \left(1+e^{i \pi s}\right)^2} + \end{equation} \begin{equation} -\frac {11} {420} \mathcal {M} _\mu [\frac {\mu^9} { (\mu^2 - 1 )^7} ] (s) - \frac {9} {140} \mathcal {M} _\mu [\frac {\mu^7} { (\mu^2 - 1 )^7} ] (s) + \frac {9} {140} \mathcal {M} _\mu [\frac {\mu^5} { (\mu^2 - 1 )^7} ] (s) + \frac {11} {420} \mathcal {M} _\mu [\frac {\mu^3} { (\mu^2 - 1 )^7} ] (s), \end{equation} ....

So, since the required Mellin transforms do not all seem explicitly implementable, it appears to me that the Nemo goal of obtaining a (complete) representation of $f(\mu,b)$ (using the Matt. F. parameters) does not seem realizable.

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