**Analysis on Homogeneous Spaces**

by Ralph Howard

**Publisher**: Royal Institute of Technology Stockholm 1994**Number of pages**: 108

**Description**:

The main goal of these notes is to give a proof of the basic facts of harmonic analysis on compact symmetric spaces and then to apply these to concrete problems involving things such as the Radon and related transforms on these spaces.

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