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Pensioned mathematician and physicist

  1. Jan 16, 2015 #1


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    During a long and varied career, I have been involved in research: Electronics, software, automation and communication. I stumbled upon this site searching for opinions on the best functions to use as a base for calculating 1/n^2s using Fourier transforms on [0,1].
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