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Fourier Series
4.1 Warmup
4.2 Fourier Sine Series and Cosine Series
4.3 Smoothness
4.4 The Riemann-Lebesgue Lemma
4.5 The Dirichlet and Fourier Kernels
4.6 Pointwise Convergence of Fourier Series
4.9 A Divergent Fourier Series
4.10 Termwise Integration
4.11 Trigonometric vs. Fourier Series
4.12 Termwise Diferentiation
4.13 Dido's Dilemma
4.14 Other Kinds of Sumability
4.15 Fejer Theory
4.16 The Smoothing Efect of (C, 1) Summation
4.17 Weierstrass's Approximation Theorem
4.18 Lebesgue's Pointwise Convergence Theorem
4.20 Convergence of Multiple Series
The Fourier Transform
5.1 The Finite Fourier Transform
5.2 Convolution on T
5.3 The Exponential Form of Lebesgue's Theorem
5.4 Motivation and Defnition
5.5 Basics/Examples
5.6 The Fourier Transform and Residues
5.7 The Fourier Map
5.8 Convolution on R
5.9 Inversion, Exponential Form
5.10 Inversion, Trigonometric Form
5.11 (C, 1) Sumability for Integrals
5.12 The Fejer-Lebesgue Inversion Theorem
5.13 Convergence Assistance
5.14 Approximate Identity
5.15 Transforms of Derivatives and Integrals
5.16 Fourier Sine and Cosine Transforms
5.17 Parseval's Identities
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