Richard Allen Hunt

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Richard Allen Hunt (16 June 1937 – 22 March 2009) was an American mathematician. He graduated from Washington University in St. Louis in 1965 with a dissertation entitled Operators acting on Lorentz Spaces. An important result of Hunt (1968) states that the Fourier expansion of a function in Lp, p > 1, converges almost everywhere. The case p=2 is due to Lennart Carleson, and for this reason the general result is called the Carleson-Hunt theorem. Hunt was the 1969 recipient of the Salem Prize.

References[edit]

  • Richard Allen Hunt at the Mathematics Genealogy Project
  • Hunt, Richard A. (1968), "On the convergence of Fourier series", Orthogonal Expansions and their Continuous Analogues Proc. Conf., Edwardsville, Ill., 1967, Carbondale, Ill.: Southern Illinois Univ. Press, pp. 235–255, MR 0238019