02/10/2011, 01:25 PM

about the continuum sum again :

we already know how to get the continuum sum analogue of an integral of an entire function.

for non-entire functions i suggest that the continuum sum is the analogue of the cauchy principle value and by taking the usual continuum sum as analogue of the integral ;

we can have a continuum sum analogue of the Sokhatsky–Weierstrass theorem !

this advances continuum sum theory a step further i believe.

gotta run

tommy1729

we already know how to get the continuum sum analogue of an integral of an entire function.

for non-entire functions i suggest that the continuum sum is the analogue of the cauchy principle value and by taking the usual continuum sum as analogue of the integral ;

we can have a continuum sum analogue of the Sokhatsky–Weierstrass theorem !

this advances continuum sum theory a step further i believe.

gotta run

tommy1729