Fourier Analysis and Boundary Value ProblemsBy
- Enrique Gonzalez-Velasco
Students in courses on Fourier analysis, Fourier series, partial differential equations, and/or boundary value problems. These courses are taken by students majoring in engineering, physics, and mathematics. The audience also includes practicing engineers and mathematicians who will use the book as a reference. Prerequisites are calculus and a course in ordinary differential equations.
Hardbound, 551 Pages
Published: November 1996
Imprint: Academic Press
"This is a lovely book. I would want to have it on my shelf as a serious Fourier Analyst...For history and mathematics this book rates very high both in scholarship and exposition...I would insist on my library getting it. It starts carefully and moves ahead to advanced material including Lebesgue integration."
--John Gilbert, University of Texas
"Gonzalez-Velasco makes historical development of the subject a major theme. For me this makes the book very interesting...this interweaving of history, integration, and PDE/BVP reads very nicely...Plenty of good exercises...very well written."
--Keith Phillips, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs