Fourier's Series

@article{GibbsFouriersS,
  title={Fourier's Series},
  author={Josiah Willard Gibbs},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={59},
  pages={200-200}
}
  • J. Gibbs
  • Published 1 December 1898
  • Linguistics, Geology
  • Nature
I SHOULD like to add a few words concerning the subject of Prof. Michelson's letter in NATURE of October 6. In the only reply which I have seen (NATURE, October 13), the point of view of Prof. Michelson is hardly considered. 
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