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Gustavo
09/18/10 01:13am

Hi there, I'm trying to obtain a numerical integration of a function with multiple poles (infinities) in a two dimensional space. To find the infinities I use Reduce[f]==0 of the inverse function and the output is something like this:

C[1]\[Element]Integers&&(\[Sigma]==1/10 (-2-\[Pi])+2 \[Pi] C[1]||\[Sigma]==1/10 (-2-\[Pi])+\[Pi]+2 \[Pi] C[1])

Now, I need to integrate a function but without this points in the domain. I'm using the Do[] command because I have to obtain the integration moving a parameter in the function. How can I do that??

Please, if somebody give any hint I'll be grateful to you.

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