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Posted by Richard Ruquist on May 3, 2002 20:47:39 UTC

The delta function you use is zero everywhere except where you do not use it. There it is infinite, which is just as bad. That is why f and V(x) are zero.

The derivative you take is by introducing 'a' into the zero point of the data value xi. You therefore take the derivative of the value, not its spatial location.

I know exactly what you are doing and it is a snooker. I can only conclude that you do not realize that you just fooled yourself.

It's not fun being the one to refute a life's work.


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