Roy Vincent L. Canseco, MSEE Jan 2014 Physicists use the Fresnel integrals to compute for the intensity of light near a straight edge. C(x) = int(cos((1/2)*Pi*t^2), t = 0 .. x) and S(x) = int(sin((1/2)*Pi*t^2), t = 0 .. x) We perform numerical adaptive integration using Maple software. 0.56362893130.4991872880 We compare the results to the Maple Fresnel routines. 0.56363118870.4991913819 The error is only in the order of 10^-4. Information on the partitioning can be found using the following Maple command |

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