Fourier Analysis and Approximation of Functions

 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 7. November 2012
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  • XIV, 586 Seiten
 
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In Fourier Analysis and Approximation of Functions basics of classical Fourier Analysis are given as well as those of approximation by polynomials, splines and entire functions of exponential type.
In Chapter 1 which has an introductory nature, theorems on convergence, in that or another sense, of integral operators are given. In Chapter 2 basic properties of simple and multiple Fourier series are discussed, while in Chapter 3 those of Fourier integrals are studied.
The first three chapters as well as partially Chapter 4 and classical Wiener, Bochner, Bernstein, Khintchin, and Beurling theorems in Chapter 6 might be interesting and available to all familiar with fundamentals of integration theory and elements of Complex Analysis and Operator Theory. Applied mathematicians interested in harmonic analysis and/or numerical methods based on ideas of Approximation Theory are among them.
In Chapters 6-11 very recent results are sometimes given in certain directions. Many of these results have never appeared as a book or certain consistent part of a book and can be found only in periodics; looking for them in numerous journals might be quite onerous, thus this book may work as a reference source.
The methods used in the book are those of classical analysis, Fourier Analysis in finite-dimensional Euclidean space Diophantine Analysis, and random choice.
2004
  • Englisch
  • Dordrecht
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  • Niederlande
Springer Netherland
  • Approximations and Expansions, Fourier Analysis, Functional Analysis, Measure and Integration, Sequences, Series, Summability
978-1-4020-2876-2 (9781402028762)
10.1007/978-1-4020-2876-2
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Roald M. Trigub, Donetsk National University, Ukraine / Eduard S. Belinsky, University of West Indies, Bridgetown, Barbados
1. Representation Theorems.- 1.1 Theorems on representation at a point.- 1.2 Integral operators. Convergence in Lp-norm and almost everywhere.- 1.3 Multidimensional case.- 1.4 Further problems and theorems.- 1.5 Comments to Chapter 1.- 2. Fourier Series.- 2.1 Convergence and divergence.- 2.2 Two classical summability methods.- 2.3 Harmonic functions and functions analytic in the disk.- 2.4 Multidimensional case.- 2.5 Further problems and theorems.- 2.6 Comments to Chapter 2.- 3. Fourier Integral.- 3.1 L-Theory.- 3.2 L2-Theory.- 3.3 Multidimensional case.- 3.4 Entire functions of exponential type. The Paley-Wiener theorem.- 3.5 Further problems and theorems.- 3.6 Comments to Chapter 3.- 4. Discretization. Direct and Inverse Theorems.- 4.1 Summation formulas of Poisson and Euler-Maclaurin.- 4.2 Entire functions of exponential type and polynomials.- 4.3 Network norms. Inequalities of different metrics.- 4.4 Direct theorems of Approximation Theory.- 4.5 Inverse theorems. Constructive characteristics. Embedding theorems.- 4.6 Moduli of smoothness.- 4.7 Approximation on an interval.- 4.8 Further problems and theorems.- 4.9 Comments to Chapter 4.- 5. Extremal Problems of Approximation Theory.- 5.1 Best approximation.- 5.2 The space Lp. Best approximation.- 5.3 Space C. The Chebyshev alternation.- 5.4 Extremal properties for algebraic polynomials and splines.- 5.5 Best approximation of a set by another set.- 5.6 Further problems and theorems.- 5.7 Comments to Chapter 5.- 6. A Function as the Fourier Transform of A Measure.- 6.1 Algebras A and B. The Wiener Tauberian theorem.- 6.2 Positive definite and completely monotone functions.- 6.3 Positive definite functions depending only on a norm.- 6.4 Sufficient conditions for belonging to Ap and A*.- 6.5 Further problems and theorems.- 6.6 Comments to Chapter 6.- 7. Fourier Multipliers.- 7.1 General properties.- 7.2 Sufficient conditions.- 7.3 Multipliers of power series in the Hardy spaces.- 7.4 Multipliers and comparison of summability methods of orthogonal series.- 7.5 Further problems and theorems.- 7.6 Comments to Chapter 7.- 8. Summability Methods. Moduli of Smoothness.- 8.1 Regularity.- 8.2 Applications of comparison. Two-sided estimates.- 8.3 Moduli of smoothness and K-functionals.- 8.4 Moduli of smoothness and strong summability in Hp(D), 0erences.- Author Index.- Topic Index.
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