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Is there any way of calculating the integral of H_n(x) * H_m(x) * exp(-c^2 x^2) with x going from -infinity to +infinity and c differs from unity. I'm aware that c=1 is trivial case of orthogonality but I'm really having a problem with the general case. (I should say that this isn't a homework assignment, rather curiosity).

Any ideas?

Thanks...

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# Integral involving Hermite polynomials

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