The theory of Fourier series and integrals
John Wiley & Sons Australia, Limited, 1986 - Mathematics - 192 pages
A concise treatment of Fourier series and integrals, with particular emphasis on their relation and importance to science and engineering. Illustrates interesting applications which those with limited mathematical knowledge can execute. Key concepts are supported by examples and exercises at the end of each chapter. Includes background on elementary analysis, a comprehensive bibliography, and a guide to further reading for readers who want to pursue the subject in greater depth.
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The Dirichlet Problem and the Poisson Integral
Conjugate Functions and Conjugate Series
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