02-21-2017, 10:12 PM

02-21-2017, 10:21 PM

(02-21-2017 10:12 PM)KeithB Wrote: [ -> ]No, a Schrodinger reference. But Math had this kind of indeterminacy first!

Sure, Schrödingers cat, but I suppose Han made a wordplay about my explanations "blurry uncertainty"

02-21-2017, 10:45 PM

(02-21-2017 09:17 PM)Han Wrote: [ -> ](02-21-2017 09:15 PM)EdDereDdE Wrote: [ -> ]I'm not good at explaining exactly what I meean, you get my point maybe.

Is that a Heisenberg reference? :-)

(02-21-2017 10:12 PM)KeithB Wrote: [ -> ]No, a Schrodinger reference. But Math had this kind of indeterminacy first!

I think that Han is not the kind of person of whom one could doubt that he confuses Heisenberg with Schrödinger. :-)

02-22-2017, 10:20 AM

Actually, if f(x) and g(x) tends to 0 as x->0 and f and g are analytic at x=0 with f not identically 0, then f(x)^g(x) tends to 1, but if you remove the analytic hypothesis, then the limit could be anything, not just 0 or 1. For example f(x)=exp(-1/x^2) and g(x)=a*x^2, the limit is exp(-a).

02-22-2017, 11:01 AM