Want to take part in these discussions? Sign in if you have an account, or apply for one below
Vanilla 1.1.10 is a product of Lussumo. More Information: Documentation, Community Support.
I want to be adding some details to Cauchy principal value. What’s a good reference? Say for the proof that up to addition of a delta-distribution, $f(x) = pv\left( \frac{1}{x}\right)$ is the unique distributional solution to $x f = 1$?
okay, I have added some content to Cauchy principal value.
(Still lacking, though, the proof that $PV(1/x) + c \delta(x)$ is the most general solution to $x f(x) = 1$.)
Still lacking, though, the proof that
Ah, that follows of course immediately with the characterization of extension of distributions to the point.
I have also cross-linked now with step function, in fact I copied over the computation from there to Cauchy principal value: here
recorded a result from Gelfand-Shilov 66 on the Fourier transform of the principal value of powers of real quadratic forms (here).
Also added as an example the observartion that this result immediately implies that the singular support of the Feynman propagator in any dimension is the light cone.
Thanks to Igor Khavkine.
recorded another result from Gelfand-Shilov of this form, now for the Fourier transform of the delta distribution applied to the “mass shell” of a quadratic form (here)
Also added as an example the observation that this result immediately implies that the singular support of the causal propagator in any dimension is the light cone.
I see, thanks.
1 to 9 of 9