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DESCRIPTION:This class presents an "elementary" account of Fourier series a
nd integrals\, based on the book "Fourier Analysis" by Stein-Shakarchi. Her
e\, "elementary" means no measure theory\, so those who haven't taken real
analysis (and those who have) don't need to worry! Fourier analysis (and ha
rmonic analysis more generally) is a branch of mathematics that is mysterio
usly absent in the Reed mathematics curriculum\, relegated at best to being
mentioned in some topics classes\, and at worst never mentioned at all. As
such\, I would like to share what I've learned about it over the summer\,
since\, quite frankly\, it's really cool.\n\nThe organization of the class
is as follows:\n\nMonday 1/15: Fourier series theory\, based off of chapter
s 1-4 of Stein-Shakarchi.\n\nFriday 1/19: Fourier transform theory\, based
off of chapters 5-6 of Stein-Shakarchi.\n\nSunday 1/21: Applications\, base
d off of a variety of sources.\n\nAnyone is welcome to attend. However\, I
will assume the audience has taken math up to vector calculus (excluding di
screte math). Anyone lacking in any suggested prerequisites may find it dif
ficult to keep up. Regardless\, I encourage all that are interested to atte
nd.\n\nInstructor: Jacob Sharkansky
DTEND:20240116T010000Z
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DTSTART:20240115T230000Z
LOCATION:Eliot 216
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SUMMARY:Elementary Fourier Analysis
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URL:https://events.reed.edu/event/elementary_fourier_analysis
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CATEGORIES:
DESCRIPTION:This class presents an "elementary" account of Fourier series a
nd integrals\, based on the book "Fourier Analysis" by Stein-Shakarchi. Her
e\, "elementary" means no measure theory\, so those who haven't taken real
analysis (and those who have) don't need to worry! Fourier analysis (and ha
rmonic analysis more generally) is a branch of mathematics that is mysterio
usly absent in the Reed mathematics curriculum\, relegated at best to being
mentioned in some topics classes\, and at worst never mentioned at all. As
such\, I would like to share what I've learned about it over the summer\,
since\, quite frankly\, it's really cool.\n\nThe organization of the class
is as follows:\n\nMonday 1/15: Fourier series theory\, based off of chapter
s 1-4 of Stein-Shakarchi.\n\nFriday 1/19: Fourier transform theory\, based
off of chapters 5-6 of Stein-Shakarchi.\n\nSunday 1/21: Applications\, base
d off of a variety of sources.\n\nAnyone is welcome to attend. However\, I
will assume the audience has taken math up to vector calculus (excluding di
screte math). Anyone lacking in any suggested prerequisites may find it dif
ficult to keep up. Regardless\, I encourage all that are interested to atte
nd.\n\nInstructor: Jacob Sharkansky
DTEND:20240122T010000Z
DTSTAMP:20240520T060759Z
DTSTART:20240121T230000Z
LOCATION:Eliot 216
SEQUENCE:0
SUMMARY:Elementary Fourier Analysis
UID:tag:localist.com\,2008:EventInstance_45384896364820
URL:https://events.reed.edu/event/elementary_fourier_analysis
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