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Seventy Years of Rajchman Measures By Russell Lyons Dedicated to

@inproceedings{Kahane2010SeventyYO,
  title={Seventy Years of Rajchman Measures By Russell Lyons Dedicated to},
  author={J. Kahane},
  year={2010}
}
  • J. Kahane
  • Published 2010
  • Rajchman measures are those Borel measures on the circle (say) whose Fourier transform vanishes at infinity. Their study proper began with Rajchman, but attention to them can be said to have begun with Riemann’s theorem on Fourier coefficients, later extended by Lebesgue. Most of the impetus for the study of Rajchman measures has been due to their importance for the question of uniqueness of trigonometric series. This motivation continues to the present day with the introduction of descriptive… CONTINUE READING

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