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How to plot function & integral with vector variable ?

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  • From: Seila Ancientmoon <seilaancientmoon at gmail.com>
  • Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2012 02:50:27 -0400 (EDT)
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hi, 
I want to plot functions & integrals with vector variable the present in this paper:
http://users.tricity.wsu.edu/~bobl/personal/mypubs/1993_plausible.pdf

For example the equation (5) at p.3 i want to plot a chart like figure 5, i.e. the x axis is the angle between vector S & V of equation (5), and the y axis is the function value, and i also need to set condition that if Ri.V<0 then the function value is 0.

And a more complex one is H(S) function at p.8, this is a integral with vector variable and the integral domain is a hemisphere range, how to plot a chart also like figure 5 ?

Thanks.



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