|Sep21-12, 09:14 AM||#1|
working on a physical problem I found two functions that should be equivalent, and indeed they seem to be after a numerical check.
The functions are shown in the attached PDF. I can not figure a way to prove their equivalence analytically (the double integral especially gives me grief when trying to "unravel" it, to get to a single integral expression)
Any help would be so appreciated, thank you very much
|Sep21-12, 11:03 AM||#2|
G(2t-τ1-τ2) = G(t-τ1) G(t-τ2)/c
The double integral then factors into two separate integrals which are identical in effect.
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