Orthogonal Series and Boundary Value Problems
Evans M. Harrell II*
*(c) Copyright 1994,1995 by Evans M. Harrell, II. All rights reserved.
If you are pinched for time, this is a section which can be done rapidly. Just
emphasize that the technique of Fourier series is very robust, and that formal
calculations like differentiating a series term by term almost always work
very well. One example, done with software, should be enough.
This chapter has some useful tricks for calculating Fourier series - unless
you have software to you it for you.
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