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An integral's journey over the real line

@inproceedings{Reynolds2021AnIJ,
  title={An integral's journey over the real line},
  author={Robert Reynolds and Allan Stauffer},
  year={2021}
}
In 1826 Cauchy presented an Integral over the real line. Al and I thought a derivation would be mighty fine. So we packed our contour integral bags that day, and we now present an analytic continuation this time. 

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