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Hello guys,

I have to calculate an integral defined in theHadamard sensewith MATHEMATICA, but I only found the option for the integrals defined in the CAUCHY sense.

Just to be clear, suppose to have the integral with limits -1 and +1 of (1/x^2). This integraldoes notexist in the usual sense, but in theHadamard sense its value is -2. Now, how do you calculate (numerically) the Hadamard integrals if the functions are complicated using MATHEMATICA?

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# Finite-part integrals (Hadamard) integrals with Mathematica

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