**Harmonic Analysis**

by S.R.S. Varadhan

**Publisher**: New York University 2000**Number of pages**: 82

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Fourier Series of a periodic function. Fejer kernel. Convergence Properties. Convolution and Fourier Series. Heat Equation. Diagonalization of convolution operators. Fourier Transforms on Rd. Multipliers and singular integral operators. Interpolation. Sobolev Spaces, Applications to PDE. Theorems of Paley-Wiener and Wiener. Hardy Spaces. Prediction. Compact Groups. Peter-Weyl Theorem.

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