08/08/2010, 06:46 PM
(This post was last modified: 08/08/2010, 07:17 PM by sheldonison.)

(08/08/2010, 03:54 PM)bo198214 Wrote: Wow this sounds to be a great thing!Thanks Henryk. I think this could be an important development that I have stumbled upon. I finally had to expand to something more powerful than an excel spreadsheet (and perl programs) though! Its really neat that pari-GP is available on the web as shareware. Hopefully, my thid post in the Mathematical discussion forum helps a little in explaining the theta(z) funciton and the Riemann mapping. The fourier series for theta(z) can be developed from any arbitrary unit length on the real axis of sexp(z), where z>-2.

But before continuing, please explain what you mean by "unit length segment"? In

Quote:1) generate the Riemann mapping of the unit length segment

- Sheldon

Quote:Also , his name is "Kneser", not "Knesser"!ps. I fixed the pari-GP code to spell Kneser's name correctly!