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eljose

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[tex] G(x,s)=\frac{1}{exp(sx)-1} [/tex]

then get the linear operator L so [tex]LG(x,s)=\delta(x-s) [/tex]

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eljose

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[tex] G(x,s)=\frac{1}{exp(sx)-1} [/tex]

then get the linear operator L so [tex]LG(x,s)=\delta(x-s) [/tex]

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so what's the problem, i don't understand what u want

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Looks like what is wanted is what operator has G as it green function.mathmike said:so what's the problem, i don't understand what u want

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