Re: numerical integration
On Mar 27, 6:13*am, Paige Miller <paige.mil...@kodak.com> wrote:
> On Monday, March 26, 2012 4:40:08 PM UTC-4, yoyo wrote:
> > On Mar 26, 5:24*am, Paige Miller
> > *wrote:
> > > On Friday, March 23, 2012 7:43:14 PM UTC-4, Reeza wrote:
> > > > That's what Matlab is for...
> > > I'm sure you can do it PROC IML too.
> > > To yoyo ... this is something you are going to have to write yourself..
> > okay, i have a good idea about proc iml but i don't know how to
> > implement what i want using prociml . would i have to change the
> > integration to sum or what? any help?
> Yes, numerical integration is a sum
Refering to my previous question, could i write the double integration
as a double summation using guass hermite and laguerre functions
(as i have y ^alpha *e(-y) and e(-x*x) in the integrand ), calculate
the quadrature points and weights and then double loop over the
of x and y and after the double loop ends i will get the double