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Topic: how to integrate this function
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ganesh

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how to integrate this function
Posted: Apr 14, 2008 8:22 AM
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hi
i am little confused with the integration here.
my function is,

f ( z ) = sin ( a*z) * dirac_delta ( z - b )

i need to integrate f (z) with respect to z
within limits -100 to 0. a and b are constants.

can i write
dirac_delta ( z-b ) = abs (a) * dirac_delta (a*( z-b) ) ?
and then evaluate the integral ?
if this is not correct then how to solve the integral ?
many thanks for help.

- Leo.



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