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November 8th, 2012, 02:10 AM   #1
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Does this integration have a close-form result?

Hi guys,

I have encountered a problem, the integral of following expression from 0 to :



where $A>0,C>0, D>0$ are all positive constants, and $B>1$.

Not sure there is close-form result for this integration.
Maybe using Gamma function is also OK.

Thanks for any solutions or hints!!
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Not sure there is close-form result for this integration.
I think there aren't any. Try using CA.
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Re: Does this integration have a close-form result?

Hi,

What is CA? Thanks.

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Complex Analysis. Use residue theorem.
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I believe that this integral can be solved by hand using incomplete Gamma function.
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I believe that this integral can be solved by hand using incomplete Gamma function.

Hi zaidalyafey,

Thanks for your reply.
Could you show me how to use Gamma function to represent this? Or any detailed hint.
I appreciate it sincerely.

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The first part we solved it viewtopic.php?f=15&t=35491











I hope you can continue from here .
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The first part we solved it viewtopic.php?f=15&t=35491











I hope you can continue from here .

Hi @zaidalyafey

Thanks a lot for this.
I can see the former part of your last equation i.e.,
can be expressed by incomplete Gamma function.

However, just wondering the latter part, i.e.,
can be represented similarly?

Thanks a lot.
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