Notes regarding classical Fourier series




convergence, infinite series, uniform, bounded, periodic, trigonometric, Fourier
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A survey of some classical results from the theory of trigonomtrical series is presented, especially the case of Fourier series. Some new proofs are presented, and Riemann's theory of trigonometrical series is is given special attention.


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How to Cite

Bracken, P. (2023). Notes regarding classical Fourier series. J. Numer. Anal. Approx. Theory, 52(1), 57–74.