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On the Computation of Fourier Coefficients
In this paper we derive an identity for the Fourier coefficients of a differentiable function f(t) in terms of the Fourier coefficients of its derivative f'(t). This yields an algorithm to compute the Fourier coefficients of f(t) whenever the Fourier coefficients of f'(t) are known, and vice versa. Furthermore this generates an iterative scheme for N times differentiable functions complementing the direct computation of Fourier coefficients via the defining integrals which can be also treated automatically in certain cases.
Functions satisfying holonomic q-differential equations
In a similar manner as in some previous papers, where explicit algorithms for finding the differential equations satisfied by holonomic functions were given, in this paper we deal with the space of the q-holonomic functions which are the solutions of linear q-differential equations with polynomial coefficients. The sum, product and the composition with power functions of q-holonomic functions are also q-holonomic and the resulting q-differential equations can be computed algorithmically.
Skriptum zur Linearen Algebra und Analytischen Geometrie
Vorlesungsskript zur Vorlesung „Lineare Algebra und Analytische Geometrie“ an der Universität Kassel im Sommersemester 2020. Es handelt sich um die Druckversion.