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Farhad
10/03/11 04:46am

Hi
I want to calculat in mathematica:

Exp-(a(b(d^2/dx^2)+cx^2+fx^4))x Exp(a(b(d^2/dx^2)+cx^2+fx^4)

Which a, b, c and f are constants and d^2/dx^2 is the second second derivative operator. The method is known as baker-hausdorff lemma.
In the attachment, I upload word version of it.

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