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Complex integration

  • To: mathgroup at smc.vnet.net
  • Subject: [mg55807] Complex integration
  • From: "Bernhard von Vacano" <vacano at gmx.de>
  • Date: Wed, 6 Apr 2005 04:07:44 -0400 (EDT)
  • Organization: Uni Marburg
  • Reply-to: "Bernhard von Vacano" <vacano at gmx.de>
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

Dear Group,

I am experiencing problems with a Mathematica simulation I am trying to 
perform.

The first part of my notebook evaluates without any problems:


ETL[w_] := Exp[-(w - w0)^2/width^2*2 Log[2]]

EPer[w_] := ETL[w]* Exp[I Pi Cos[2 Pi w/Wm]]
EPerCC[w_] := ETL[w]* Exp[-I Pi Cos[2 Pi w/Wm]]

parameter := {w0 -> 12500, width -> 250, Wm -> 128}

AmpTL[W_] = Integrate[ETL[w]ETL[w + W] /. parameter, {w, 10000, 20000}]


This is the first expression I need for plotting (in the Range of W = 
0..1000), and gives the correct results.
With my so far limited mathematica skills, I could not get the following 
modified expression to be evaluated:

AmpPer[W_] = Integrate[EPerCC[w]EPer[w + W] /. parameter, {w, 10000, 20000}]

Like this, it only produces "$RecursionLimit::reclim: "Recursion depth of 
256 exceeded." und "$IterationLimit::itlim: Iteration limit of 4096 
exceeded."

I have tried other limits for the integration, indefinite integration and 
NIntegrate, but so far it did not work. (At the moment, I am using 
Mathematica 4).

Could anybody help me with this? I don't really know which parameters to use 
or how to restate the problem to get it working. It doesn't seem too hard to 
compute, does it?


Thank you very much in advance,

Yours
Bernhard 



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