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April 21st, 2009, 03:42 AM   #1
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Fundamental solution & Greens function for Laplacian


I am wondering if anyone can show me how to calculate the fundamental solution to the Laplace operator in Rn and also the Greens function for the same with Dirichlet Boundary conditions in Rn? I have been searching the net but have only found calculations for dimensions 2 and 3...

Maybe someone know anywhere on the web where I can find the full calculations with all steps needed?

Thank you!
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