Discourse on Fourier Series (University Mathematical Monographs)

By: Cornelius Lanczos

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Hafner Publishing Edition (1966) No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Gently read. . . . . . . . Of Cornelius Lanczos: if familiar with his monograph on Variational Principles of Mechanics, then chances are that you will greatly enjoy this offering. And, if that is not reason enough to pique your interest, recall Lanczos published a paper (February 26,1926) where he '...demonstrated how the operations of matrix mechanics can be formulated in terms of integral equations.' (Lanczos Centenary Conference, 1994). With that in mind, we turn to this remarkable book, one which falls between two textbook extremes-- it is less detailed and expansive than Korner's tome on Fourier Analysis (which, I like) and not as complete as the wonderful text of Folland, Fourier Analysis And its Applications (which, I really like). Lanczos can best be seen as an adjunct to those two textbooks--those two extremes. Unlike the two aforementioned textbooks, Lanczos book appears to be much less widely known (Neither Korner nor Folland references it !). Too bad, as it makes perfect accompaniment to both. -- G. A. Schoenagel

Title: Discourse on Fourier Series (University Mathematical Monographs)

Author Name: Cornelius Lanczos

Categories: Math,

Publisher: Hafner Publishing: 1966

ISBN Number: 0050012975

ISBN Number 13: 9780050012970

Size: Hardcover

Book Condition: Used - Very Good

Seller ID: 68159