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Can anyone explain to me what a dyadic form is? It is used here for example: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_field_integral_equation.

I also have an older book where the author sometimes writes integrals like this:

[tex]

\int dx f(x)

[/tex]

which I find confusing. Has it got something to do with the dyadic form?

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# Dyadic form

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