On Fourier re-expansions

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Liflyand, E.;
  • Subject: Mathematics - Classical Analysis and ODEs | Primary 42A38, Secondary 42A50

We study an extension to Fourier transforms of the old problem on absolute convergence of the re-expansion in the sine (cosine) Fourier series of an absolutely convergent cosine (sine) Fourier series. The results are obtained by revealing certain relations between the F... View more
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