A Course in Distribution Theory and Applications

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CRC Press, 2001 - Mathematics - 146 pages
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Based on a series of lectures given to post-graduate students, this largely self-contained book makes distribution theory attainable to not only mathematics students, but also to those studying physics and engineering. It defines distributions using convergence concepts. Topics covered include Schwartz distributions, distributional derivatives, distributions of compact support, certain boundary value problems, and topological vector space theory.
 

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Contents

Preface
1
Convergence of Distributions
20
Differentiation of Distributions
28
Convolution of Distributions
38
Tempered Distributions and Fourier Transforms
57
Sobolev Spaces
79
20
96
Weak Solutions
106
Distributions on Locally Convex Spaces
121
Distributions on Manifolds
136
Bibliography
143
28
145
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