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Here is another interesting article:

http://209.85.135.104/search?q=cache:cXYcB2yox5QJ:www-calfor.lip6.fr/~rr/=
Calculemus03/davenport.pdf+the+difficulties+of+definite&hl=el&ct=clnk&c=
d=1&gl=gr

Regards

Dimitris

=CF/=C7 Michael Weyrauch =DD=E3=F1=E1=F8=E5:
> Hello ,
>
>   sorry for not writing earlier in response to your comments...
>
> 1) These are really interesting examples of odd behaviour  of our beloved
>     CAS (related to Integration) you have been digging up. You even found=
 undocumented features...!
>
> 2) Unfortunately, we cannot know in more detail why all this happens, bec=
ause
>     we do not know how it really operates internally. And the devellopers=
 who know, obviously do not
>     want to answer???
>
> 3) For now I am glad that I have your workaround for my problem.
>
>     I would like to mention that I also sent in a service call to Wolfram=
 research
>     thanks to a Premier Service contract my company pays for. But never g=
ot an answer.
>
>     I perfectly understand that such a huge and difficult program as Math=
ematica has problems
>     in some odd corners. And sometimes I really got great support and hel=
p in surmounting my problems
>     by the support engineers or the devellopers, but here ....  zero  ...=
  I wonder, if anybody else had similar experience
>     recently ??
>
> Regards     Michael  Weyrauch



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