Part of the Applied Mathematical Sciences book series (AMS, volume 25)
In this and the next two sections we study the Mellin transform, which, while closely related to the Fourier transform, has its own peculiar uses. In particular, it turns out to be a most convenient tool for deriving expansions, although it has many other applications. We recall first that the Fourier transform pair can be written in the formand
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