RE: integral along a hyperbola
In a previous article, "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Hi, sorry to be a pain but to integrate along x seperately and then
>along y differently??? is that same as f(x)dx+i*f(y)dy. Isnt that
>assuming that my contour is an hypothenus of a right angled triangle?
>My contour is however an hyperbola!
I am only guessing what you are trying to do - it's not clear.
It appears that you are trying to integrate the function
F(z) where z is a complex number along a piece of
a hyperbola xy=c and z=x + i y. What is meant by
"along a piece" is that the integation is with respect
to ds = dx^2+dy^2. Maybe that's not what you want?
In this latest post the terms f(x) and f(y) are not defined.
Good luck with it.