Department of Mathematics

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Math 627: Introduction to Fourier Analysis

Student Body: 

Students planning further studies in analysis, probability, or statistics.

Background and Goals: 

Math 627 is an introductory course in Fourier Analysis. It should be useful especially for those students who plan to enter graduate studies in mathematics.

Alternatives: 

N/A

Subsequent Courses: 

Graduate courses in mathematics

Course Content: 
  • Motivation:
  • Properties of Fourier series.
  • More on convergence of Fourier series.
  • Applications of Fourier series.
  • The Fourier transform on the real line.
  • The Fourier and Radon transforms in R^d.
credits: 
3 (N-A)
semester: 
Fall
prereqs: 
Math 521 or consent by the instructor.

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