contour integral

contour integral

[′kän‚tu̇r ‚in·tə·grəl]
(mathematics)
A line integral of a complex function, usually over a simple closed curve.
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In this paper, we propose a novel and general method to study the local asymptotic stability of positive equilibrium of system (1) by the contour integral method.
We find a simple contour integral representations for the normalized Schur polynomials (1), (2) with k = 1, i.
Higgins, Sampling theorems and the contour integral method, Appl.
Scattered field that is satisfied the wave equation (6) and (7) in the form of a contour integral in the complex V plane is
For the asymptotic evaluation, we use a contour integral representation of alternating sums ("Rice's method").
1), and interpret the resulting Mellin-Barnes contour integral in terms of H-function of t-variables by means of (1.
Passing to the contour integral over both sides of the cut [S.
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