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Contributions to Fourier Analysis

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Contributions to Fourier Analysis
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Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0691079307
Number of pages: 207

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In the theory of convergence and summability, whether for ordinary Fourier series or other expansions, emphasis is placed on the phenomenon of localization whenever such occurs, and in the present paper a certain aspect of this phenomenon will be studied for the problem of best approximation as well.

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