Theory of distributions for locally compact spaces
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Published by American Mathematical Society in Providence .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Functional analysis.,
  • Topology.

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Edition Notes

Other titlesDistributions for locally compact spaces.
Statementby Leon Ehrenpreis.
SeriesMemoirs of the American Mathematical Society, no. 21, Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society -- no. 21.
The Physical Object
Pagination80 p.
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14119178M

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This is done in the theory of distributions. The new system of entities, called distributions, includes all continuous functions, all Lebesgue locally summable functions, and new objects of which a simple example is the Dirac delta function mentioned above. The more general but rigorous. transform. The theory of distribution tries to remedy this by imbedding classical functions in a larger class of objects, the so called distributions (or general functions). The basic idea is not to think of functions as pointwise de ned but rather as a "mean value". A locally integrable function f . Grubb's recent Distributions And Operators is supposed to be quite good.. There's also the recommended reference work, Strichartz, R. (), A Guide to Distribution Theory and Fourier Transforms The comprehensive treatise on the subject-although quite old now-is Gel'fand, I.M.; Shilov, G.E. (–), Generalized functions, 1–5,. A very good,though quite advanced,source that's now. Stack Exchange network consists of Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share .

“[Distributions: Theory and Applications] is a very useful, well-written, self contained, motivating book presenting the essentials of the theory of distributions of Schwartz, together with many applications to different areas of mathematics, like linear partial differential equations, Fourier analysis, quantum mechanics and signal analysis. Theory of distributions for locally compact spaces. [Leon Ehrenpreis] -- The theory of distributions of Laurent Schwartz may be regarded as a study of the operators [partial symbol]/[partial symbol]x[subscript]i on Euclidean space. So I'm looking for the book (or books, if there is no one souce which can cover the material which I want to learn) which will contain: 1. The result that each irreducible representation of compact group is finite dimensional. 2. The theorem which states that for any locally compact group irreducible representations separate the points. 3. §5. Locally compact spaces 27 Remark that, if Xis already compact, we can still define the topological space Xα = Xt {∞}, but this time the singleton set {∞} will be also be open (equiv- alently ∞ is an isolated point in Xα).Although ι(X) will still be open in Xα, it will not be dense in Xα. Remark