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Bill Simpson
03/23/13 1:25pm

Try

f[x_, y_, w_, z_] := Sqrt[(x-y)^2 + (w-z)^2];
v = Integrate[f[x, y, w, z], y]

and then

v /. y->3 - v /. y->2

and see if that works for you.

If so then be cautious about whether that last step is mathematically justified in all cases.

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Integrating Euclidean distance function Melati 03/22/13 9:20pm
Re: Integrating Euclidean distance function Bill Simpson 03/23/13 1:25pm
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