09/21/2007, 05:11 PM

Thanks, Gottfried.

I also shall read again your postings. My problem is that, as a ... bloody engineer, I am (... was?) more interested to what happens, in a more real environment, for b < eta. But, now, I think that what happens at b > eta should indeed be of the same "nature" (I mean "mathematical nature") of what hapens elsewhere. The ... "function" must be ONE.

Best wishes.

Gianfranco

I also shall read again your postings. My problem is that, as a ... bloody engineer, I am (... was?) more interested to what happens, in a more real environment, for b < eta. But, now, I think that what happens at b > eta should indeed be of the same "nature" (I mean "mathematical nature") of what hapens elsewhere. The ... "function" must be ONE.

Best wishes.

Gianfranco