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Friedlander/Joshi
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Cambridge University Press; 2 edition (January 28, 1999)
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The book begins by defining the two building blocks of the theory--test functions and distributions. The book then builds up the theory of Fourier and Laplace transforms of distributions, which has important applications in the study of linear partial differential equations. It then quickly expands, filling in the important details of differentiation, multiplication, tensor products and convolution.

The theory of distributions is an extension of classical analysis, an area of particular .

The theory of distributions is an extension of classical analysis, an area of particular importance in the field of linear partial differential equations. Underlying it is the theory of topological vector spaces, but it is possible to give a systematic presentation without a knowledge of this. The material in this book, based on graduate lectures given over a number of years requires few prerequisites but the treatment is rigorous throughout. From the outset, the theory is developed in several variables. It is taken as far as such important topics as Schwartz kernels, the z theorem and Sobolev spaces.

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This allows many operations on distributions to be extended and gives a much more precise understanding of the nature of the singularities of a distribution.

Friedlander, Mark Joshi

Friedlander, Mark Joshi. The theory of distributions is an extension of classical analysis which has acquired a particular importance in the field of linear partial differential equations, as well as having many other applications, for example in harmonic analysis. Underlying it is the theory of topological vector spaces, but it is possible to give a systematic presentation without presupposing a knowledge, or using more than a bare minimum, of this. This book, first published in 1999, adopts this course and is based on graduate lectures given over a number of years.

I'm looking for english books with a good coverage of distribution theory. I'm a fan of Folland's Real analysis, but it only gives elementary notions on distributions . unless you say more about your background and what you hope to glean from the subject, it is hard to give a good recommendation. endgroup$ – Willie Wong Aug 27 '10 at 16:13.

The theory of distributions is an extension of classical analysis, an area of particular importance in the field of linear partial differential equations. Underlying it is the theory of topological vector spaces, but it is possible to give a systematic presentation without a knowledge of this. The material in this book, based on graduate lectures given over a number of years requires few prerequisites but the treatment is rigorous throughout. From the outset, the theory is developed in several variables. It is taken as far as such important topics as Schwartz kernels, the Paley-Wiener-Schwartz theorem and Sobolev spaces. In this second edition, the notion of the wavefront set of a distribution is introduced. It allows many operations on distributions to be extended to larger classes and gives much more precise understanding of the nature of the singularities of a distribution. This is done in an elementary fashion without using any involved theories. This account will be useful to graduate students and research workers who are interested in the applications of analysis in mathematics and mathematical physics.
  • Every physicist and mathematician uses distributions (sometimes called generalized functions), albeit often unknowingly. From its origins in the Dirac delta `function', distribution theory continues to influence many research areas from quantum mechanics to partial differential equations, but has also grown into an important field in its own right. For anyone interested in learning about the field, this is clearly the first port of call. It presents a balanced introduction to the subject on a level suitable for anyone with a basic grounding in analysis (no knowledge of functional analysis is required).
    The book begins by defining the two building blocks of the theory---test functions and distributions. It then quickly expands, filling in the important details of differentiation, multiplication, tensor products and convolution. All of this is written with sufficient mathematical rigor, but never too much that it interferes with the basic understanding of the subject, and is supported throughout by useful exercises. The book then builds up the theory of Fourier and Laplace transforms of distributions, which has important applications in the study of linear partial differential equations. The second edition contains an indispensable new chapter on the calculus of wavefront sets, which, among its uses, allows the propagation of singularities of solutions to partial differential equations to be properly treated. All in all, while the book is not for the common man, and does require a certain level of mathematical maturity, it does present an excellent introduction to an important, and often poorly understood, area of mathematics.

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