# Fourier series and boundary value problems

@inproceedings{Brown1938FourierSA, title={Fourier series and boundary value problems}, author={James Ward Brown and Ruel Vance Churchill}, year={1938} }

Preface 1 Fourier Series Piecewise Continuous Functions Fourier Cosine Series Examples Fourier Sine Series Examples Fourier Series Examples Adaptations to Other Intervals 2 Convergence of Fourier Series One-Sided Derivatives A Property of Fourier Coefficients Two Lemmas A Fourier Theorem A Related Fourier Theorem Examples Convergence on Other Intervals A Lemma Absolute and Uniform Convergence of Fourier Series The Gibbs Phenomenon Differentiation of Fourier Series Integration of Fourier Series… Expand

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