Distribution Theory (Generalized Functions)
by Ivan F Wilde
Number of pages: 66
From the table of contents: Introduction; The spaces S and S'; The spaces D and D'; The Fourier transform; Convolution; Fourier-Laplace Transform; Structure Theorem for Distributions; Partial Differential Equations; and more.
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