01/29/2011, 12:03 AM

ofcourse Bo !

i just wrote *complex* - analytic to informally point out the difference with real-analytic.

of course i know :

" "Real-analytic" means analytic at a certain interval of the real axis and the function returning real values there. "Analytic" at a point means there is a powerseries development with a non-zero convergence radius. If this is the case then there is disk around this point in the complex plane where the function is analytic/holomorphic "

i thought it was clear i was speaking informally ...

kind of embarrassing for me :/

now knowing that , you might wanna read my post again ?

as i understood sheldon , he means " nowhere-analytic " rather than " nowhere-analytic " on the real axis.

tommysexp is real-analytic.

i just wrote *complex* - analytic to informally point out the difference with real-analytic.

of course i know :

" "Real-analytic" means analytic at a certain interval of the real axis and the function returning real values there. "Analytic" at a point means there is a powerseries development with a non-zero convergence radius. If this is the case then there is disk around this point in the complex plane where the function is analytic/holomorphic "

i thought it was clear i was speaking informally ...

kind of embarrassing for me :/

now knowing that , you might wanna read my post again ?

as i understood sheldon , he means " nowhere-analytic " rather than " nowhere-analytic " on the real axis.

tommysexp is real-analytic.