I've also asked this in MathOverflow, but since the equation in question is related to acceleration and physical phenomenon, I figure this is also a good place.
I was asked to ID the following, but can't figure out what it's for. Laplace Transform of acceleration (x double-dot)?
(Sorry that I can't provide a sharper image - this is all I have access to)
I don't recognize the infinite sum, and there are some squiggles around the
r in the denominator that I can't quite make out.
I tried to transcribe it, but since I'm not entirely sure what's going on in the denominator, I can't be certain it's accurate.
It seems odd to me to see a negative exponent in the denominator, and it's confusing using
i as a counting variable.
Thanks in advance.
There is none. This was sent to me by a friend, off of a "what is this" site. No known artist, location, date, etc.
It seems that the double closed integral is from
phi. But still not much help.
Edit #2 - Re-done Equation with "knowns"
Based on some comments, and things not previously seen/added to original transcribed equation, I've got the following:
The changes aren't substantial. The coefficient for the
r' in the denominator has been proposed as being
2. Additionally, having stared at this a bit longer, the two
2 exponents could also be sloppily-written thetas. Probably not.
All-in-all, it seems that this is most likely trolling.