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[tex] \int dz G[z,y]^n J[z] [/itex]

[tex] \left( \int dz G[z,y] J[z] \right)^n [/itex]

Here n is an integer.

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[tex] \int dz G[z,y]^n J[z] [/itex]

[tex] \left( \int dz G[z,y] J[z] \right)^n [/itex]

Here n is an integer.

Thanks!

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This means the transformation doesn't exist in all generality. But I'd be interested in such a transformation even for restricted classes of G and J.

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