Bromwich contour

Bromwich contour

[′bräm‚wich ‚kän‚tu̇r]
(mathematics)
A path of integration in the complex plane running from c - i ∞ to c + i ∞, where c is a real, positive number chosen so that the path lies to the right of all singularities of the analytic function under consideration.
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The contour defined by the limits of integration in (10a) is called the Bromwich Contour [24-26].
Only the line integrals along paths 1 (Bromwich Contour), 3, and 5 in Figure 2 contribute a nonzero quantity to the closed line integral on the left-hand side of (E.3.3).