Conjugate Fourier series
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In the mathematical field of Fourier analysis, the conjugate Fourier series arises by realizing the Fourier series formally as the boundary values of the real part of a holomorphic function on the unit disc. The imaginary part of that function then defines the conjugate series. Zygmund (1968) studied the delicate questions of convergence of this series, and its relationship with the Hilbert transform.
In detail, consider a trigonometric series of the form
along the unit circle with . The imaginary part of F(z) is called the conjugate series of f, and is denoted
- Grafakos, Loukas (2008), Classical Fourier analysis, Graduate Texts in Mathematics 249 (2nd ed.), Berlin, New York: Springer-Verlag, doi:10.1007/978-0-387-09432-8, ISBN 978-0-387-09431-1, MR 2445437
- Zygmund, Antoni (1968), Trigonometric series (2nd ed.), Cambridge University Press (published 1988), ISBN 978-0-521-35885-9
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