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By Roger Godement

Ce vol. III disclose los angeles th?orie classique de Cauchy dans un esprit orient? bien davantage vers ses innombrables utilisations que vers une th?orie plus ou moins compl?te des fonctions analytiques. On montre ensuite remark les int?grales curvilignes ? l. a. Cauchy se g?n?ralisent ? un nombre quelconque de variables r?elles (formes diff?rentielles, formules de kind Stokes). Les bases de los angeles th?orie des vari?t?s sont ensuite expos?es, principalement pour fournir au lecteur le langage "canonique" et quelques th?or?mes importants (changement de variables dans les int?grales, ?quations diff?rentielles). Un dernier chapitre montre touch upon peut utiliser ces th?ories pour construire l. a. floor de Riemann compacte d'une fonction alg?brique, sujet rarement trait? dans los angeles litt?rature non sp?cialis?e bien que n'?xigeant que des innovations ?l?mentaires. Un quantity IV exposera, outre,l'int?grale de Lebesgue, un bloc de math?matiques sp?cialis?es vers lequel convergera tout le contenu des volumes pr?c?dents: s?ries et produits infinis de Jacobi, Riemann, Dedekind, fonctions elliptiques, th?orie classique des fonctions modulaires et los angeles model moderne utilisant l. a. constitution de groupe de Lie de SL(2,R).

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1 The space L~(O, a) In a famous paper dated 1807, Joseph Fourier asserted that the answer to this question was "yes," provided that infinite sums are allowed. He arrived at his results by a very circuitous route using the "tools at band," which is to say, the mathematical techniques available at that time. Recall that at the beginning of the nineteenth century, not only was the notion of convergence rather vague, but the definition of function itself was open to controversy. For example, the following question was debated: Is a function 28 Lesson 4.

3 Orthogonality 25 Wc let TN denote the set of all trigonometric polynomials p of dcgree less than or equal to N. 1) vary over all possible values. 5) expresses the fact that the functions en, E Z, are orthogonal: (en,em) = 0 if n "Im, and llenll2 = ya. It follows that the vectors en are independent and that the dimension of TN is exactly 2N + 1. 6) p(t)e -2i1rnla dt. Cn = a o This is called Fouricr's formula; it gives the coefficients Cn explicitly in terms of the function p. 7) t p(t) sin ( 2nn~) dt.

Fl(t) = ~sint. N tends to we have following important general result. f as N increases. 4), tends to otherwise, f in L~(O, a) as N--+ +oo. Expressed 32 Lesson 4. 4. fs(t) y = ~(sint+ isin3t). 5. j5(t) = ~(sint + i sin3t + i sin5t). The proof of this theorem requires more background than is available in these early lessons. We will prove it in Lesson 16 as an illustration of results about Lebesgue integration. 2), to the expression +oo f(t) = ~ + ~ (an cos ( 27rn~) + bn sin ( 2i7rn~)). 7) are equalities in the L~(O, a) norm.

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