Exercises in Fourier Analysis


Exercises in Fourier Analysis

Fourier analysis is an indispensable tool for physicists, engineers and mathematicians. A wide variety of the techniques and applications of fourier analysis are discussed in Dr. Körner's highly popular book, An Introduction to Fourier Analysis (1988). In this book, Dr. Körner has compiled a collection of exercises on Fourier analysis that will thoroughly test the reader's understanding of the subject. They are arranged chapter by chapter to correspond with An Introduction to Fourier Analysis, and for all who enjoyed that book, this companion volume will be an essential purchase.


 Reviews:

"...well-spiced with historical anecdotes and other remarks which enliven the pure mathematics and put a human face on it....presents provocative illustrations and problems with leading questions and discussions to guide the reader...mathematics libraries will feel the need for more than a single copy." Applied Mathematics Review

"One of the merits of Körner's book is that many exercises are designed to make the reader aware of subtleties... Teachers who need examination problems will find this book a valuable reference...very readable...a useful graduate course text for mathematics and physics departments...It will be also of greatest interest to mathematicians seeking applications in physics." Optics and Photonics News

"...beautiful, unusual, and original..." Quarterly of Applied Mathematics

"Chapter by chapter exercises for the author's splendid Fourier Analysis." American Mathematical Monthly

"...entirely readable by any one already fairly expert in the field of Fourier analysis. The nature of each example is clearly stated and helpful hints on methods of solution are provided." A.D. Booth, Physics in Canada

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