Integral Transforms of Generalized Functions and Their Applications

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Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 1997 - Mathematics - 415 pages
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For those who have a background in advanced calculus, elementary topology and functional analysis - from applied mathematicians and engineers to physicists - researchers and graduate students alike - this work provides a comprehensive analysis of the many important integral transforms and renders particular attention to all of the technical aspects of the subject. The author presents the last two decades of research and includes important results from other works.
With a description in Chapter 1 of foundational, topological information for the study of the distributions (generalized functions) and ultradistributions to be considered, including the structure of these distributions, the author then moves on to an analysis of the transforms and ends with a discussion of the eigenfunction expansion of generalized functions. Applications of the transforms to various mathematical, physical, and engineering problems are given, and open research problems present a challenge to the reader. An extensi

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