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accepted contour integration ambiguity
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answered contour integration ambiguity
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on contour integration ambiguity
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asked contour integration ambiguity
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accepted Integral representation of modified bessel function
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asked Integral representation of modified bessel function
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comment square root of complex number in a resolvent operator
I understand what you are saying, but I find it strange that to get the final result you have to perform the modular reduction to obtain $\sqrt{-(\lambda +i\epsilon)}$ for one of the $\sqrt{-\lambda}$ (the one in the denominator), and for the other (in the exponential of $R_{\lambda}$) you cannot use it. Moreover, that the sign $|x-y|/{2\sqrt{\lambda}}$ is dependent on these things is another concern to me.
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asked square root of complex number in a resolvent operator
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accepted relationship between coefficients of a differential equation when product of solutions is constant
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asked relationship between coefficients of a differential equation when product of solutions is constant
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comment Unusual Application of Stokes Theorem
Yes, and it is still unclear to me how the commutator comes from the double integral...
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asked Unusual Application of Stokes Theorem
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awarded  Editor
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accepted Real numbers as n-ary fractions
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25
comment Real numbers as n-ary fractions
Thanks. It all makes sense now.