Ilya Zakharevich on Sun, 07 Feb 2010 02:45:57 +0100 |
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Re: PARI stable release 2.3.5 (for real now) |
On Fri, Feb 05, 2010 at 04:41:07PM +0100, Henri.Cohen@math.u-bordeaux1.fr wrote: > No, not quite. There are indeed some of problems with the method, but here > you > do not have to do anything: the [[1],-3/2] does not at all mean a decrease > in > Z^(-3/2) (which is in fact in Z^(-2)), but a decrease like exp(-(3/2)Z). I press F1 when cursor is on intnum, and it says: It can be a two component vector [[1], z] or [[-1], z], where [1] or [-1] indicates +infty or -infty and z is coded as follows. If z is zero, slowly decreasing. If z is real positive, exponentially decreasing, of the type exp(-zX). If z<-1, very slowly decreasing like X^(-z). I can't judge who is more correct, you or the docs. Yours, Ilya