How to integrate e^(-x^2)

Discussion in 'Undergraduate Math' started by wrdeever, Dec 25, 2010.

  1. wrdeever

    wrdeever Guest

    According to Dr Brian Osgood, in his notes for Standford course EE 261
    (The Fourier Transform and Its Applications), this method is due to
    Leonard Euler. The course is available free online and I recommend it.
    Dr Osgood is actually a mathematician, not an EE, and the course is
    quite mathematically oriented, although it includes some very
    interesting non-math applications as well (image processing,
    tomography, even a proof of an interesting random-walk result using
    FT). You can Google "Standford EE 261".
     
    wrdeever, Dec 25, 2010
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  2. On Fri, 24 Dec 2010 18:49:03 -0800 (PST), wrdeever
    That should be Brad Osgood, and he's at Stanford.

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    Brian
     
    Brian M. Scott, Dec 25, 2010
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