Contributions To Fourier Analysis by A. Zygmund By A. Zygmund

Within the conception of convergence and summability even if for usual Fourier sequence or different expansions emphasis is put on the phenomenon of localization every time such happens, and within the current paper a undeniable element of this phenomenon can be studied for the matter of most sensible approximation to boot.

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