The Resource Distribution Theory : Convolution, Fourier Transform, and Laplace Transform
Distribution Theory : Convolution, Fourier Transform, and Laplace Transform
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 The theory of distributions has numerous applications and is extensively used in mathematics, physics and engineering. There is however relatively little elementary expository literature on distribution theory. This book is intended as an introduction. Starting with the elementary theory of distributions, it proceeds to convolution products of distributions, Fourier and Laplace transforms, tempered distributions, summable distributions and applications. The theory is illustrated by several examples, mostly beginning with the case of the real line and then followed by examples in higher dimensi
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 1 online resource (120 pages)
 Contents

 Preface; 1 Introduction; 2 Definition and First Properties of Distributions; 2.1 Test Functions; 2.2 Distributions; 2.3 Support of a Distribution; 3 Differentiating Distributions; 3.1 Definition and Properties; 3.2 Examples; 3.3 The Distributions x+?1(??0,1,2 ...)*; 3.4 Exercises; 3.5 Green's Formula and Harmonic Functions; 3.6 Exercises; 4 Multiplication and Convergence of Distributions; 4.1 Multiplication with a C8 Function; 4.2 Exercises; 4.3 Convergence in D'; 4.4 Exercises; 5 Distributions with Compact Support; 5.1 Definition and Properties; 5.2 Distributions Supported at the Origin
 5.3 Taylor's Formula for Rn5.4 Structure of a Distribution*; 6 Convolution of Distributions; 6.1 Tensor Product of Distributions; 6.2 Convolution Product of Distributions; 6.3 Associativity of the Convolution Product; 6.4 Exercises; 6.5 Newton Potentials and Harmonic Functions; 6.6 Convolution Equations; 6.7 Symbolic Calculus of Heaviside; 6.8 Volterra Integral Equations of the Second Kind; 6.9 Exercises; 6.10 Systems of Convolution Equations*; 6.11 Exercises; 7 The Fourier Transform; 7.1 Fourier Transform of a Function on R; 7.2 The Inversion Theorem; 7.3 Plancherel's Theorem
 7.4 Differentiability Properties7.5 The Schwartz Space S(R); 7.6 The Space of Tempered Distributions S'(R); 7.7 Structure of a Tempered Distribution*; 7.8 Fourier Transform of a Tempered Distribution; 7.9 Paley Wiener Theorems on R*; 7.10 Exercises; 7.11 Fourier Transform in Rn; 7.12 The Heat or Diffusion Equation in One Dimension; 8 The Laplace Transform; 8.1 Laplace Transform of a Function; 8.2 Laplace Transform of a Distribution; 8.3 Laplace Transform and Convolution; 8.4 Inversion Formula for the Laplace Transform; 9 Summable Distributions*; 9.1 Definition and Main Properties
 9.2 The Iterated Poisson Equation9.3 Proof of the Main Theorem; 9.4 Canonical Extension of a Summable Distribution; 9.5 Rank of a Distribution; 10 Appendix; 10.1 The Banach Steinhaus Theorem; 10.2 The Beta and Gamma Function; 11 Hints to the Exercises; References; Index
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 9783110298512
 Label
 Distribution Theory : Convolution, Fourier Transform, and Laplace Transform
 Title
 Distribution Theory
 Title remainder
 Convolution, Fourier Transform, and Laplace Transform
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 The theory of distributions has numerous applications and is extensively used in mathematics, physics and engineering. There is however relatively little elementary expository literature on distribution theory. This book is intended as an introduction. Starting with the elementary theory of distributions, it proceeds to convolution products of distributions, Fourier and Laplace transforms, tempered distributions, summable distributions and applications. The theory is illustrated by several examples, mostly beginning with the case of the real line and then followed by examples in higher dimensi
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 Dijk, Gerrit
 Dewey number
 515.782
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QA324
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 non fiction
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 bibliography
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 Theory of distributions (Functional analysis)
 MATHEMATICS
 Theory of distributions (Functional analysis)
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 Distribution Theory : Convolution, Fourier Transform, and Laplace Transform
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 Includes bibliographical references and index
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 Preface; 1 Introduction; 2 Definition and First Properties of Distributions; 2.1 Test Functions; 2.2 Distributions; 2.3 Support of a Distribution; 3 Differentiating Distributions; 3.1 Definition and Properties; 3.2 Examples; 3.3 The Distributions x+?1(??0,1,2 ...)*; 3.4 Exercises; 3.5 Green's Formula and Harmonic Functions; 3.6 Exercises; 4 Multiplication and Convergence of Distributions; 4.1 Multiplication with a C8 Function; 4.2 Exercises; 4.3 Convergence in D'; 4.4 Exercises; 5 Distributions with Compact Support; 5.1 Definition and Properties; 5.2 Distributions Supported at the Origin
 5.3 Taylor's Formula for Rn5.4 Structure of a Distribution*; 6 Convolution of Distributions; 6.1 Tensor Product of Distributions; 6.2 Convolution Product of Distributions; 6.3 Associativity of the Convolution Product; 6.4 Exercises; 6.5 Newton Potentials and Harmonic Functions; 6.6 Convolution Equations; 6.7 Symbolic Calculus of Heaviside; 6.8 Volterra Integral Equations of the Second Kind; 6.9 Exercises; 6.10 Systems of Convolution Equations*; 6.11 Exercises; 7 The Fourier Transform; 7.1 Fourier Transform of a Function on R; 7.2 The Inversion Theorem; 7.3 Plancherel's Theorem
 7.4 Differentiability Properties7.5 The Schwartz Space S(R); 7.6 The Space of Tempered Distributions S'(R); 7.7 Structure of a Tempered Distribution*; 7.8 Fourier Transform of a Tempered Distribution; 7.9 Paley Wiener Theorems on R*; 7.10 Exercises; 7.11 Fourier Transform in Rn; 7.12 The Heat or Diffusion Equation in One Dimension; 8 The Laplace Transform; 8.1 Laplace Transform of a Function; 8.2 Laplace Transform of a Distribution; 8.3 Laplace Transform and Convolution; 8.4 Inversion Formula for the Laplace Transform; 9 Summable Distributions*; 9.1 Definition and Main Properties
 9.2 The Iterated Poisson Equation9.3 Proof of the Main Theorem; 9.4 Canonical Extension of a Summable Distribution; 9.5 Rank of a Distribution; 10 Appendix; 10.1 The Banach Steinhaus Theorem; 10.2 The Beta and Gamma Function; 11 Hints to the Exercises; References; Index
 Control code
 851970512
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 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource (120 pages)
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9783110298512
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (OCoLC)851970512
 Label
 Distribution Theory : Convolution, Fourier Transform, and Laplace Transform
 Bibliography note
 Includes bibliographical references and index
 Carrier category
 online resource
 Carrier category code

 cr
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 Preface; 1 Introduction; 2 Definition and First Properties of Distributions; 2.1 Test Functions; 2.2 Distributions; 2.3 Support of a Distribution; 3 Differentiating Distributions; 3.1 Definition and Properties; 3.2 Examples; 3.3 The Distributions x+?1(??0,1,2 ...)*; 3.4 Exercises; 3.5 Green's Formula and Harmonic Functions; 3.6 Exercises; 4 Multiplication and Convergence of Distributions; 4.1 Multiplication with a C8 Function; 4.2 Exercises; 4.3 Convergence in D'; 4.4 Exercises; 5 Distributions with Compact Support; 5.1 Definition and Properties; 5.2 Distributions Supported at the Origin
 5.3 Taylor's Formula for Rn5.4 Structure of a Distribution*; 6 Convolution of Distributions; 6.1 Tensor Product of Distributions; 6.2 Convolution Product of Distributions; 6.3 Associativity of the Convolution Product; 6.4 Exercises; 6.5 Newton Potentials and Harmonic Functions; 6.6 Convolution Equations; 6.7 Symbolic Calculus of Heaviside; 6.8 Volterra Integral Equations of the Second Kind; 6.9 Exercises; 6.10 Systems of Convolution Equations*; 6.11 Exercises; 7 The Fourier Transform; 7.1 Fourier Transform of a Function on R; 7.2 The Inversion Theorem; 7.3 Plancherel's Theorem
 7.4 Differentiability Properties7.5 The Schwartz Space S(R); 7.6 The Space of Tempered Distributions S'(R); 7.7 Structure of a Tempered Distribution*; 7.8 Fourier Transform of a Tempered Distribution; 7.9 Paley Wiener Theorems on R*; 7.10 Exercises; 7.11 Fourier Transform in Rn; 7.12 The Heat or Diffusion Equation in One Dimension; 8 The Laplace Transform; 8.1 Laplace Transform of a Function; 8.2 Laplace Transform of a Distribution; 8.3 Laplace Transform and Convolution; 8.4 Inversion Formula for the Laplace Transform; 9 Summable Distributions*; 9.1 Definition and Main Properties
 9.2 The Iterated Poisson Equation9.3 Proof of the Main Theorem; 9.4 Canonical Extension of a Summable Distribution; 9.5 Rank of a Distribution; 10 Appendix; 10.1 The Banach Steinhaus Theorem; 10.2 The Beta and Gamma Function; 11 Hints to the Exercises; References; Index
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 851970512
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 unknown
 Extent
 1 online resource (120 pages)
 Form of item
 online
 Isbn
 9783110298512
 Media category
 computer
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 c
 Specific material designation
 remote
 System control number
 (OCoLC)851970512
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