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AuthorDjrbashian, Mkhitar M. author
TitleHarmonic Analysis and Boundary Value Problems in the Complex Domain [electronic resource] / by Mkhitar M. Djrbashian
ImprintBasel : Birkhรคuser Basel : Imprint: Birkhรคuser, 1993
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-0348-8549-2
Descript XIII, 258 p. online resource

SUMMARY

As is well known, the first decades of this century were a period of elaboration of new methods in complex analysis. This elaboration had, in particular, one charยญ acteristic feature, consisting in the interfusion of some concepts and methods of harmonic and complex analyses. That interfusion turned out to have great advanยญ tages and gave rise to a vast number of significant results, of which we want to mention especially the classical results on the theory of Fourier series in L2 ( -7r, 7r) and their continual analog - Plancherel's theorem on the Fourier transform in L2 ( -00, +00). We want to note also two important Wiener and Paley theorems on parametric integral representations of a subclass of entire functions of expoยญ nential type in the Hardy space H2 over a half-plane. Being under the strong influence of these results, the author began in the fifties a series of investigations in the theory of integral representations of analytic and entire functions as well as in the theory of harmonic analysis in the comยญ plex domain. These investigations were based on the remarkable properties of the asymptotics of the entire function (p, J1 > 0), which was introduced into mathematical analysis by Mittag-Leffler for the case J1 = 1. In the process of investigation, the scope of some classical results was essentially enlarged, and the results themselves were evaluated


CONTENT

1 Preliminary results. Integral transforms in the complex domain -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Some identities -- 1.3 Integral representations and asymptotic formulas -- 1.4 Distribution of zeros -- 1.5 Identities between some Mellin transforms -- 1.6 Fourier type transforms with Mittag-Leffler kernels -- 1.7 Some consequences -- 1.8 Notes -- 2 Further results. Wiener-Paley type theorems -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Some simple generalizations of the first fundamental Wiener-Paley theorem -- 2.3 A general Wiener-Paley type theorem and some particular results -- 2.4 Two important cases of the general Wiener-Paley type theorem -- 2.5 Generalizations of the second fundamental Wiener-Paley theorem -- 2.6 Notes -- 3 Some estimates in Banach spaces of analytic functions -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Some estimates in Hardy classes over a half-plane -- 3.3 Some estimates in weighted Hardy classes over a half-plane -- 3.4 Some estimates in Banach spaces of entire functions of exponential type -- 3.5 Notes -- 4 Interpolation series expansions in spacesW1/2,?p,?of entire functions -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Lemmas on special Mittag-Leffler type functions -- 4.3 Two special interpolation series -- 4.4 Interpolation series expansions -- 4.5 Notes -- 5 Fourier type basic systems inL2(0, ?) -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Biorthogonal systems of Mittag-Leffler type functions and their completeness inL2(0, ?) -- 5.3 Fourier series type biorthogonal expansions inL2(0, ?) -- 5.4 Notes -- 6 Interpolation series expansions in spacesWs+1/2,?p,?of entire functions -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The formulation of the main theorems -- 6.3 Auxiliary relations and lemmas -- 6.4 Further auxiliary results -- 6.5 Proofs of the main theorems -- 6.6 Notes -- 7 Basic Fourier type systems inL2spaces of odd-dimensional vector functions -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Some identities -- 7.3 Biorthogonal systems of odd-dimensional vector functions -- 7.4 Theorems on completeness and basis property -- 7.5 Notes -- 8 Interpolation series expansions in spacesWs,?p,?of entire functions -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 The formulation of the main interpolation theorem -- 8.3 Auxiliary relations and lemmas -- 8.4 Further auxiliary results -- 8.5 The proof of the main interpolation theorem -- 8.6 Notes -- 9 Basic Fourier type systems inL2spaces of even-dimensional vector functions -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Some identities -- 9.3 The construction of biorthogonal systems of even-dimensional vector functions -- 9.4 Theorems on completeness and basis property -- 9.5 Notes -- 10 The simplest Cauchy type problems and the boundary value problems connected with them -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Riemann-Liouville fractional integrals and derivatives -- 10.3 A Cauchy type problem -- 10.4 The associated Cauchy type problem and the analog of Lagrange formula -- 10.5 Boundary value problems and eigenfunction expansions -- 10.6 Notes -- 11 Cauchy type problems and boundary value problems in the complex domain (the case of odd segments) -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Preliminaries -- 11.3 Cauchy type problems and boundary value problems containing the operators $$ {\mathbb{L}_{s + 1/2}}$$ and $$ \mathbb{L}_{s + 1/2}̂*$$ -- 11.4 Expansions inL2{?2s+1(?)} in terms of Riesz bases -- 11.5 Notes -- 12 Cauchy type problems and boundary value problems in the complex domain (the case of even segments) -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 Preliminaries -- 12.3 Cauchy type problems and boundary value problems containing the operators $${{\mathbb{L}}_{s}} $$ and $$ \mathbb{L}_{s}̂*$$ -- 12.4 Expansions inL2{?2s(?)} in terms of Riesz bases -- 12.5 Notes


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