Convergence of Multiple Fourier Series of Functions of Bounded Generalized Variation
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The paper introduces a new concept of Λ-variation of multivariable functions and studies its relationship with the convergence of multidimensional Fourier series.
KeywordsFourier Series Double Fourier Series Trigonometric Fourier Series Harmonic Variation Multiple Fourier Series
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