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hi 

i want to do integration of 1d array  between the range 0 to infinity using labview . how can i do?

 

thanks

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Well, infinity does not exist for arrays, the number of elements is limited to 2^31.

 

Your question does not make a lot of sense. Can you provide more details on the problem you are trying to solve?

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@bijal wrote:

i want to do integration of 1d array  between the range 0 to infinity using labview . how can i do?


Bijal, do you mean:

Integration

 

Where f(x) is a discrete function.


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hi

yes,equation is 

Integration

where f(x) is 1 D array

 

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All you can do is integrate the finite sized array that you have. There are several integration tools in LabVIEW. What have you tried?

 

In the simplest case you could just use "add array elements" then scale for dx.

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