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Fourier transform

  1. Nov 10, 2005 #1
    Let be the function [tex]Ln\zeta(2e^{-s})[/tex] does its fourier transform exist?....where [tex]\zeta(s)[/tex] is teh Zeta function of Riemann...
     
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  3. Nov 10, 2005 #2

    matt grime

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    In LaTeX the command is \log, ans I presume our latex engine supports this: [tex]\log[/tex]; this this is maths, all logs in mathematics are to base e with the exception of people doing entropy/computing/information theory who use base 2, but would still use log since the usage makes clear that they are in base 2 (no that isn't supposed to start a debate or a flame war, it is a simple observation of the standard notation in higher level maths i.e. NOT what you were told in calc 101).
     
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