
Definition of Fourier series
1. Noun. The sum of a series of trigonometric expressions; used in the analysis of periodic functions.
Definition of Fourier series
1. Noun. (mathematics) a series of cosine and sine functions or complex exponential exponentials resulting from the decomposition of a periodic function ¹
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Literary usage of Fourier series
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1. Advanced Calculus: A Text Upon Select Parts of Differential Calculus by Edwin Bidwell Wilson (1912)
"Trigonometric or Fourier series. If the series f(x) = i «o + 2} ("t cos Äx ...
f(x) over the interval from 0 to 2 тг in a trigonométrie or Fourier series. ..."
2. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society by American Mathematical Society (1919)
"The consideration of the summability of the double Fourier series naturally
suggests the consideration of the summability of double series involving other ..."
3. Studies on Divergent Series and Summability by Walter Burton Ford (1916)
"CHAPTER V THE SUMMABILITY AND CONVERGENCE OF Fourier series AND ALLIED DEVELOPMENTS
45. In the present chapter it is proposed to derive the principal known ..."
4. An Introduction to Celestial Mechanics by Forest Ray Moulton (1902)
"(c) Developments in Fourier series. The first terra within the bracket of (91)
is obtained by replacing rt and r^ by «! and a2 respectively in (87). ..."
5. An Introduction to Mathematical Physics by Robert Alexander Houstoun (1912)
"Two and threedimensional Fourier series and integrals. Consider the following
problem : (2) . ... Fourier series ..."
6. A Course of Modern Analysis: An Introduction to the General Theory of by Edmund Taylor Whittaker (1902)
"Definition of Fourier series; nature of the region within which a Fourier ...
They are called Fourier series. We have already seen that the region within ..."
7. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1914)
"The Fourier series has thus necessitated a radical reconstruction of the notion
of a function. This is the first of its services which I wish to emphasize, ..."