Focusing on applications rather than theory, this book examines the theory of Fourier transforms and related topics. Suitable for students and researchers interested in the boundary value problems of physics and engineering, its accessible treatment assumes no specialized knowledge of physics; howeve... read more
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Focusing on applications rather than theory, this book examines the theory of Fourier transforms and related topics. Suitable for students and researchers interested in the boundary value problems of physics and engineering, its accessible treatment assumes no specialized knowledge of physics; however, a background in advanced calculus is assumed. 1951 edition.
Reprint of the McGraw-Hill Book Company, New York, 1951 edition.
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