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Dec
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revised Fourier transform in $L^p$
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Nov
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comment Limit of an integral that arose in Fourier Analysis
Thank you very much for the answer. I have a small request, just I realized that The denominator in integral is $x$ instead of $x^2$. Please hint me of an answer in this case.
Nov
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revised Limit of an integral that arose in Fourier Analysis
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Nov
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Sep
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comment Total variation as surface area smooth functions of two variables.
Thanks @UmbertoP
Sep
17
asked A class of function to study Fourier analysis, which is a subset of BV functions.
Sep
5
comment Relation between a function on $N$ sphere and a function on $(N-1)$-cell.
Thanks @studiosus.
Sep
5
comment Relation between a function on $N$ sphere and a function on $(N-1)$-cell.
@studiosus : or Lets just stick to one quadrant only
Sep
5
comment Relation between a function on $N$ sphere and a function on $(N-1)$-cell.
@studiosus : Somehow adjust with the arccos thing, let it take (0,2pi) or what ever nice and give me an answer! Otherwise I need functions for each of $2^N$ quadrants, which i cannot afford at this time, so assume accordingly. Lets assume $f$ is somewhat regular or smooth as required, if need be
Sep
5
comment Relation between a function on $N$ sphere and a function on $(N-1)$-cell.
@studiosus : What is the alternative terminology that fits here, I mean in two dimensions, I call it a unit circle in $\mathbb{R}^2$. Please let me know if any suitable term exists for it.
Sep
5
comment Relation between a function on $N$ sphere and a function on $(N-1)$-cell.
@studiosus : Please be a bit constructive and explain what you mean.
Sep
5
comment Relation between a function on $N$ sphere and a function on $(N-1)$-cell.
A $(N-1)$-cell is [0 1]x[0 1]x....(N-1)times...x[0 1]. For example, A 2-cell is the square region with vertices (0,0),(1,0),(1,1),(0,1).
Sep
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revised Relation between a function on $N$ sphere and a function on $(N-1)$-cell.
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asked Relation between a function on $N$ sphere and a function on $(N-1)$-cell.