4 edition of Introduction to hyperfunctions found in the catalog.
|Statement||by A. Kaneko ; translated by Y. Yamamoto ; edited by F.M. Arscott.|
|Series||Mathematics and its applications., Japanese series, Mathematics and its applications (Kluwer Academic Publishers).|
|Contributions||Arscott, F. M.|
|LC Classifications||QA324 .K3513 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 458 p. :|
|Number of Pages||458|
|LC Control Number||88028339|
On Hyperfunctions with Analytic Parameters Akira Kaneko Department of Mathematics College of General Education University of Tokyo Komaba, Meguro-ku Tokyo, Japan 1. Introduction The notion of hyperfunctions with analytic parameters is . Introduction to Hyperfunctions and Their Integral Transforms: An Applied and Computational Approach (Hardback) Urs Graf £ Hardback.
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The concept of hyperfunctions and their analytic properties is introduced and discussed in detail in the first two chapters of the book. Thereafter the focus lies on generalizing the (classical) Laplace, Fourier, Hilbert, Mellin, and Hankel transformations to by: An Introduction to Sato's Hyperfunctions.
This book is a translation, with corrections and an updated bibliography, of Morimoto's book on the theory of hyperfunctions originally written. Introduction This textbook presents an elementary introduction to generalized functions by using Sato's approach of hyperfunctions which is based on complex function theory.
This very intuitive and appealing approach has particularly great computational power. Introduction to Hyperfunctions and Their Integral Transforms: An Applied and Computational Approach Urs Graf Springer Science & Business Media, - Mathematics - pages.
confusion of the two notions. An introduction to periodic hyperfunctions and their Fourier series then follows. The last theoretical part of this chapter discusses informalremarksonintegralequationsconclude the chapter. Chapter 3 treats the Laplace transform of hyperfunctions.
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Since the time that Sato established the theory of hyperfunctions, there have been many important applications to such areas as pseudodifferential operators and S-matrices.
This textbook presents an introduction to generalized functions through Sato's hyperfunctions, i.e. based on complex variables theory.
Laplace transforms, Fourier transforms, Hilbert transforms, Mellin tranforms and Hankel transforms of hyperfunctions and ordinary functions are then treated, and some applications mainly to integral equations are presented.
Abstract. After a short overview of generalized functions and of the different ways they can be defined, the concept of a hyperfunction is established, followed by an introduction to the most simple and familiar hyperfunctions.
Then the elementary operational properties of hyperfunctions are presented. The so-called finite part hyperfunctions are introduced, followed by the important notion of the (definite) integral of a : Urs Graf. This is a two-volume series research monograph on the general Lagrangian Floer theory and on the accompanying homological algebra of filtered \(A_\infty\)-algebras.
This book provides the most important step towards a rigorous foundation of the Fukaya category in general context. Indeed, the list of topics covered reads in part as though it has been lifted from a text on mainstream complex function theory.
The first two chapters, taking us through p. of the roughly page book, are titled, respectively, “Introduction to hyperfunctions” and “Analytic properties.”. Download Citation | Introduction to hyperfunctions and their integral transforms.
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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Morimoto, Mitsuo, Introduction to Sato's hyperfunctions / (DLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource. An Introduction to Sato's Hyperfunctions This book is a translation, with corrections and an updated bibliography, of Morimoto's book on the theory of hyperfunctions originally written in Japanese.
Since the time that Sato established the theory of hyperfunctions, there have been many important applications to such areas as. The theory of hyperfunctions, created by the Japanese school of Mikio Sato, Masaki Kashiwara et al.
is one of the many variants of the theory of generalized functions. Unlike the earlier theory of distributions of Schwarz et alt. it is not based on duals of some spaces of smooth functions but rather on boundary values of holomorphic functions. To download click on link in the Links Table below Description: Click to see full description This textbook presents an introduction to the subject of generalized functions and their integral transforms by an approach based on the theory of functions of one complex variable.
It includes many concrete examples. In this section, we will provide a brief and self-consistent introduction to the theory of hyperfunctions of a single variable, following closely, Chapter IX of, and.
For a more extensive treatment and further details, the reader is invited to consult these books, as well as for interesting applications.An Introduction to Sato's Hyperfunctions. ZAlerts allow you to be notified by email about the availability of new books according to your search query.
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