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Topic: How to compute an integral
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yuguang fang

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How to compute an integral
Posted: Jun 14, 1996 11:33 AM
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Previously, I post a problem "how to compute a residue...", thanks for
the kind response, yes, the residue may not be defined. My original
intention is to find the following integration

\int_{\sigma-j\infty}^{\sigma+j\infty} g(z)/(z-a)^r ds

where r is NON-INTEGER (>0), \sigma>0, a>0, g(z) is analytic and
any other conditions you add, of course \sigma<a. Any ideas? In the
literature, only the case when 0<r<1 and g(z) is rational function is
discussed!

Thanks again for your help!

Michael







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