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Lectures on Topics in Mean Periodic Functions and the Two-Radius Theorem

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Lectures on Topics in Mean Periodic Functions and the Two-Radius Theorem
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Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
ISBN/ASIN: B0007J92RQ
Number of pages: 151

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Subjects treated: transmutations of singular differential operators of the second order in the real case; new results on the theory of mean periodic functions; proof of the two-radius theorem, which is the converse of Gauss's classical theorem on the spherical mean for harmonic functions.

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