Dangers in Integrating
Strategies for Manipulating
Criteria for Choosing Manipulation
In each case, one must simply use criterion.
better approximated by a polynomial?
One can use same criterion both to choose
and/or subtract off some particularly nasty part (e.g., a singularity) of
may be well approximated by a polynomial and
could be done numerically.
may be a nasty function to integrate numerically (e.g.,
non-integer) but chosen so that we can do
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