HERMPOLY is the jCommon module of jLab.

  HERMPOLY  Hermite polynomials. [with F. Rekibi]
 
    H=HERMPOLY(T,N) generates the first N+1 orthonormal Hermite polynomials 
    [H0,...HN] on a time axis specfied by the column vector T.
 
    In the nomenclature of Wikipedia,
   
       http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hermite_polynomials#Definition 
 
    the polynomials returned by HERMPOLY are the "physicists'" definition.
  
    Note that H(:,1) is the zeroth-order Hermite polynomial, which is equal
    to one.  H(:,2) is the first-order polynomial, and so forth.  
 
    See also HERMFUN, HERMEIG.
 
    'hermpoly --t' runs a test.  
 
    Usage:  h=hermpoly(t,n);
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