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Jan
13
comment Stochastic interpretation of Einstein Equations
@Willie Wong: Thank you again for your nice comments! You have a lot of knowledge about the structure of general relativity and the underlying geometrical and functional concepts and I enjoy reading your thoughts. So, for this question, the situations seems to be arbitrarily complicated - even though there might exist a corresponding stochastic process we simply don't know it yet :) You may consider posting your comments as answer, I would be glad to accept. Sincerely
Jan
13
revised Stochastic interpretation of Einstein Equations
re-inserted thank you which was edited away :)
Jan
12
awarded  Commentator
Jan
12
comment What is the key to success for a mathematician?
True, especially the last paragraph.
Jan
11
asked Stochastic interpretation of Einstein Equations
Jan
11
comment Relation of Brownian Motion to Helmholtz Equation
Thank you very much for your thorough answer. By generalizing and giving further examples you even put the story in a very nice context. I don't know but the relationship between such PDE's and stochastical processes seems to me like a nice ansatz for a unification of general relativity with the standard model.
Jan
11
accepted Relation of Brownian Motion to Helmholtz Equation
Jan
10
awarded  Cleanup
Jan
10
revised Relation of Brownian Motion to Helmholtz Equation
rolled back to a previous revision
Jan
10
comment Relation of Brownian Motion to Helmholtz Equation
Thank you for your answer. Indeed, one can find almost everything on the net - if one knows the right question :)
Jan
10
comment Relation of Brownian Motion to Helmholtz Equation
@Raskolnikov: Thank you for the further inside. It looks like this might be exactly what one would need :)
Jan
10
comment Relation of Brownian Motion to Helmholtz Equation
Thank you for the note, @Raskolnikov. So, do you think that there is any chance one could relate the Brownian walker to a "heat-like" equation $\Delta\psi + k^2\psi = \alpha\partial_{t}\psi$? Greets
Jan
10
asked Relation of Brownian Motion to Helmholtz Equation
Jan
9
answered Got to learn matlab
Jan
8
accepted $2\cdot\int_0^\infty \frac{a-u^2}{\left( u^2+\frac{a^2}{b-a}\right) \left(u^2+\frac{b^2}{b-a} \right) \sqrt{\cdots } }\mathrm {d}u $
Jan
7
answered $2\cdot\int_0^\infty \frac{a-u^2}{\left( u^2+\frac{a^2}{b-a}\right) \left(u^2+\frac{b^2}{b-a} \right) \sqrt{\cdots } }\mathrm {d}u $
Jan
6
comment $2\cdot\int_0^\infty \frac{a-u^2}{\left( u^2+\frac{a^2}{b-a}\right) \left(u^2+\frac{b^2}{b-a} \right) \sqrt{\cdots } }\mathrm {d}u $
@Moron: Thank you for the push :) I hope it is much more convenient now. Greets
Jan
6
awarded  Editor
Jan
6
revised $2\cdot\int_0^\infty \frac{a-u^2}{\left( u^2+\frac{a^2}{b-a}\right) \left(u^2+\frac{b^2}{b-a} \right) \sqrt{\cdots } }\mathrm {d}u $
Clearified question
Jan
6
comment $2\cdot\int_0^\infty \frac{a-u^2}{\left( u^2+\frac{a^2}{b-a}\right) \left(u^2+\frac{b^2}{b-a} \right) \sqrt{\cdots } }\mathrm {d}u $
@Moron: Thank you to point out that my question is not really clear. I want to calculate the given integral with respect to the constant $a$ and $b$. Today, I tried to calculate the contribution at the pole via Cauchy principal value integration but my vanishing result seams erroneous. I think I am just missing some basic "singular" integral skills to calculate the integral efficiently and I thought this might be just the right place to ask :) PS.: I will update the question tomorrow due to my further calculations. Sincerely