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    complex integral to evaluate

    I'm struggling to work out how to integrate the following

    \int_0^t(\gamma^{1/\kappa}-2i\zeta{w}(1-t/s)_+^{H-1/2})^{\kappa}ds

    here (.)_+ denotes the positive part

    if I did not have the ^(H-1/2) I can do it, alas it does have it! and so it stumps me on how to evaluate this integral.

    any advice much appreciated
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    Re: complex integral to evaluate

    Quote Originally Posted by cernlife View Post
    I'm struggling to work out how to integrate the following

    \int_0^t(\gamma^{1/\kappa}-2i\zeta{w}(1-t/s)_+^{H-1/2})^{\kappa}ds

    here (.)_+ denotes the positive part

    if I did not have the ^(H-1/2) I can do it, alas it does have it! and so it stumps me on how to evaluate this integral.

    any advice much appreciated


    It'd be a really good idea if you explained your symbols: what is gamma, what is zeta, what is omega, what is H, what is kappa...alas, you didn't.

    Tonio
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    Re: complex integral to evaluate

    gamma, zeta, omega, H and kappa are just numbers, arbitrary constants
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