Fourier-Series Representation of Discontinuous Functions and Its Physical Applications

Authors: Sami M. Al-Jaber, Iyad Saadeddin

ABSTRACT
In this work, Fourier-series representation of a discontinuous function is used to highlight and clarify the controversial problem of finding the value of the function at a point of discontinuity. Several physical situations are presented to examine the consequences of this kind of representation and its impact on some widely well-known problems whose results are not clearly understood or justified.

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Journal: Applied Mathematics
DOI: 10.4236/am.2019.104017

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Paper Id: 92036 (metadata)

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