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On the Euclidean version of the photon number integral
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We reconsider the Euclidean version of the photon number integral introduced by Stodolsky [Acta Phys. Pol. B33, 2659 (2002), e-print hep-th/02053131].This integral is well defined for any smooth non-self-intersecting curve in . Besides studying general features of this integral (including its conformal invariance), we evaluate it explicitly for the ellipse. The result is , where is the ratio of the minor and major axes. This is in agreement with the previous result and also with the conjecture that the minimum value of for any plane curve occurs for the circle.
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