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The convolution

The convolution

**integrals**( 1 ) ( k * f ) ( x ) = Senk ( x − y ) t ( y ) dy will be considered as operators in L ... If Senk ( y ) | dy < oo , then it follows from Lemma 3.1 that the convolution**integral**( 1 ) exists for almost all x ...Page 1046

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**integral**studied by Hilbert . The**integral**( 2 ) may be interpreted in terms of a Cauchy principal value as +00 eiry eixy dx lim ( + ) dr r r E - 0 . city -e dx lim E - OJE sin ry dx lim 2i E - 0 ir E sin x dx Jim 2i E - 0 x EY . sin ...Page 1047

If we tried to take 101-1 as the convolution kernel , i.e. , if we considered the

If we tried to take 101-1 as the convolution kernel , i.e. , if we considered the

**integral**+00 f ( x ) \ x- y dx instead of ( 3 ) , all our considerations would fail . In the multi - dimensional case the convolution**integrals**++ 2 ( x ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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