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the sum of a series of trigonometric expressions

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The following theorem gives the distribution of the Fourier coefficients and their relations under the general Levy-based model.
There is an effective correlation between the Fourier coefficients [[DELTA].
The thus obtained Fourier coefficients of the structurally broadened profiles were scaled such that the first Fourier coefficient (correlation distance zero) was equal to one.
In view of these estimates, with T = 5 we build a 256 x 256 matrix A corresponding to truncation of the WSS sample reproducing matrix, and a corresponding 256 x 256 system producing PSWF samples as Fourier coefficients of 256 degree Legendre approximations of the PSWFs.
L]([OMEGA]) has 2N + 1 'degrees of freedom', the 2N + 1 Fourier coefficient [{[p.
5 compares the Fourier coefficients obtained using the Fourier method with those obtained using Gauss-Radau quadrature as in Algorithm 2.
Estimating non-linear ARMA models using Fourier coefficients, International Journal of Forecasting 16(3): 333-347.
6 implies that the Fourier coefficients of Zf [bar.
The former appealed to their theorem and used the Fourier coefficients anand [b.
Its Fourier coefficients could be given in principle.
LFFD appears to be the simplest to measure experimentally, especially when there are multiple Fourier coefficients to be considered.
We can use the orthogonality relations in the last Appendix in order to arrive at expressions for the Fourier coefficients.
Specific topics include Young-Fenchel transformation and some new characteristics of Banach spaces, an example of the boundary of topologically inverted elements, sums and products of bad functions, disc algebra and a moment problem, the stability of logmodularity for uniform algebras, regularity and amenability conditions for uniform algebras, closed suns of marginal subspaces of Banach function space, surjections on the algebras of continuous functions which preserve peripheral spectrum, asymptotics of Toeplitz determinants generated by functions with Fourier coefficients in weighted Orlicz sequence classes, spectral isometries, examples of Banach spaces that are not Banach algebras, and a spectra of algebras of analytic functions and polynomials on Banach space.
l] be the Fourier coefficients of its Hankel transform in terms of [T.