Books in category Mathematics – Infinity  Page 2

Descriptive Set Theory and the Structure of Sets of Uniqueness
To make this work accessible to logicians as well as set theorists and analysts, classical and modern theory of sets of uniqueness are covered as well as the relevant parts of descriptive set theory.

Classical and Multilinear Harmonic Analysis
This contemporary graduatelevel text in harmonic analysis introduces the reader to a wide array of analytical results and techniques.

Teoria Da OnipotĂȘncia Na Ălgebra
ConheĂ§a a interface entre a CiĂȘncia Natural, a CiĂȘncia Sobrenatural e a CiĂȘncia TeolĂłgica.

Random Fourier Series with Applications to Harmonic Analysis. (AM101)
In this book the authors give the first necessary and sufficient conditions for the uniform convergence a.s. of random Fourier series on locally compact Abelian groups and on compact nonAbelian groups.

Realvariable Methods in Harmonic Analysis
An exploration of the unity of several areas in harmonic analysis, this text emphasizes realvariable methods.

An account of the origins of the modern mathematical theory of the infinite, his book is also a defense against the attacks and misconceptions that have dogged this theory since its introduction in the late 19th century.

An Introductory Course in Summability Theory
An introductory course in summability theory for students, researchers, physicists, and engineers In creating this book, the authorsâ intent was to provide graduate students, researchers, physicists, and engineers with a reasonable …

This fresh overview of numbers and infinity avoids tedium and controversy while maintaining historical accuracy and modern relevance. Perfect for undergraduate mathematics or science history courses. 1981 edition.

An Elementary Treatise on Fourier’s Series and Spherical, Cylindric, and Ellipsoidal Harmonics
American mathematician WILLIAM ELWOOD BYERLY (18491935) also wrote Elements of Differential Calculus (1879) and Elements of Integral Calculus (1881).

Dr. Manfred Tasche – Institut fĂŒr Mathematik, Uni Rostock Full review at https://zbmath.org/?q=an:06492561 This easily accessible text makes the learning of the discrete wavelet transform (DWT) easy to understand.