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Re: Re: Re: strange behavior of Integrate


I don't like to reply to myself but I got careless in my sentence 
placement yesterday.

Daniel Lichtblau wrote:
 > [...]
> Needless to say, integrals, exact or numeric, that appear in the course 
> of one's research are also quite important (especially to the 
> researcher). In determining priority levels for purposes of triage, this 
> question of origin is one thing I tend to take into account. Examples 
> that exist merely to illustrate pathology are regarded as interesting, 
> but not, in general, as high priority bugs.
> 
> Victor Moll also sometimes sends such examples.
> 

That is to say, he sometimes sends fairly interesting examples and not 
the merely pathologically buggy variety.


Daniel Lichtblau
Wolfram Research




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