Integrating sinc(x)^4 between negative infinity to infinity using complex analysis
Thank you for the reply.
I will try integrating with the relation you've proposed.
As for the other method, the one I started with, the limit tends to infinity in my calculations.
If z=εe^(iθ), then dz=iεe^(iθ) and the equation you've written becomes
[tex] f(z) = \frac{1}{8} \frac{(34e^{2iεe^{iθ}}+e^{4iεe^{iθ}})iεe^{iθ}}{(εe^{iθ})^4} [/tex]
You can factorize your epsilon above to have ε^3 in the bottom. Now you have a form of 0/0, which is alright because you can use L'Hôpital's. After that however, we have something that tends to infinity as ε>0.
[tex] f(z) = \frac{1}{8} \frac{(8ie^{iθ}e^{2iεe^{iθ}}+4ie^{iθ}e^{4iεe^{iθ}})ie^{iθ}}{4ε^{3}(e^{iθ})^4} [/tex]
