Walsh Series, An Introduction to Dyadic Harmonic Analysis
This book provides a broadly based, theoretical monograph on the Walsh System, a system that is the simplest non-trivial model for harmonic analysis and shares many properties with the trigonometric system.
It gives a thorough introduction to foundations of Walsh-Fourier analysis introducing the main techniques and fundamental problems in a way that makes the literature accessible. It also shows how the theory of Walsh-Fourier analysis relates to other aspects of harmonic analysis.
The book will be of interest to postgraduate students in pure and applied mathematics, and those studying numerical analysis and computational mathematics.
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