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Examples of Complexes 1. Note on Translation Operators 2. Statement of the Problem 2. Line Generators of Quadratic Surfaces 2. Derivation of the Inversion Formula 2.

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Density chemistry in context

Another Derivation of the Inversion Formula 2. Rapidly Decreasing Functions on Quadratic Surfaces. The Paley-Wiener Theorem 3. The Radon Transform in the Complex Domain 3. Definition of the Radon Transform 3. Analog of Plancherel's Theorem for the Radon Transform 3. Radon Transform of Generalized Functions 3. Examples 3. Connection with the Proper Lorentz Group 1. Connection with Lobachevskian and Other Motions 2.

Representations of Groups 2. The Dx Spaces of Homogeneous Functions 2. Two Useful Realizations of the Dx 2. Representation of G on Dx 2. The Dual Representations 3. Summary of Basic Results concerning Representations on Dx 3. The Problem of Equivalence at Integer Points 3. Unitary Representations 4. Invariant Bilinear Functionals 4. Statement of the Problem and the Basic Results 4.

Conditions for Invariance under Inversion 4. Degeneracy of Invariant Bilinear Functionals 4. Conditionally Invariant Bilinear Functionals 5. Equivalence of Representations of G 5. Intertwining Operators 5. Equivalence of Two Representations 5. Partially Equivalent Representations 6. Unitary Representations of G 6. Invariant Hermitian Functionals on Dx 6. Positive Definite Invariant Hermitian Functionals 6. Definition of the Fourier Transform on a Group.


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Statement of the Problems and Summary of the Results 1. Fourier Transform on the Line 1. Functions on G 1. Fourier Transform on G 1. Domain of Definition of F x 1.

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Functions on G 2. Properties of the Fourier Transform on G 2. Simplest Properties 2. Fourier Transform as Integral Operator 2.

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Geometric Interpretation of K z1 , z2 ; x. Properties of K z1 , z2 ; x 2. Continuity of K z1 , z2 ; x 2. Asymptotic Behavior of K z1 , z2 ; x 2. Trace of the Fourier Transform 3.

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Statement of the Problem 3. Analog of Plancherel's Theorem for G 3. Symmetry Properties of F x 3. Differential Operators on G 4. Tangent Space to G 4. Lie Operators 4.

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Commutation Relations for the Lie Operators 4. Laplacian Operators 4. Functions on G with Rapidly Decreasing Derivatives 4. Fourier Transforms of Lie Operators 5. Conditions on K z1, z2 ; x 5. Spaces of Constant Curvature 1. Spherical and Lobachevskian Spaces 1. Some Models of Lobachevskian Spaces 1. Imaginary Lobachevskian Spaces 1. Isotropie Lines of an Imaginary Lobachevskian Space 1. Spheres and Horospheres in a Lobachevskian Space 1. Spheres and Horospheres in an Imaginary Lobachevskian Space 1.

Pseudo-Differential Calculus on Homogeneous Trees

Invariant Integration in a Space of Constant Curvature 1. Integration over a Horosphere 1. Measures on the Absolute 2. Integral Transform Associated with Horospheres 2. Inversion Formula for Arbitrary Dimension 2. Statement of the Problem and Preliminary Remarks 3. Regularizing Integrals by Analytic Continuation in the Coordinates 3. Tagged with. Apply filter. But how should a statement like So, one person suggested complex contour integration. ILoveMath 6.


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