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Is it possible to obtain a sigma function or Taylor series function for the indefinite integral of a general Gaussian function? If not, why not, and if so, where can I find this infinite series solution?
By general Gaussian function I mean
[tex]f(x) = a \cdot e^{-\frac{(x-b)^2}{2c^2}} + d[/tex]
By general Gaussian function I mean
[tex]f(x) = a \cdot e^{-\frac{(x-b)^2}{2c^2}} + d[/tex]