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Published
**1959** by Mathematics Dept., California Institute of Technology in Pasadena .

Written in English

- Calculus, Operational.,
- Functional analysis.

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | Operational calculus and generalized functions. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA432 .E65 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 137 l. |

Number of Pages | 137 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL5790827M |

LC Control Number | 60000820 |

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Lectures on Mikusiński's theory of operational calculus and generalized functions. [Arthur Erdélyi]. This book deals with Heaviside's interpretation, on the Laplace integral, and on Jan Mikusinki's fundamental work "Operational Calculus." Throughout the book, basic algebraic concepts appear as aids to understanding some relevant points of the : Jan Mikusinski.

All the elementary formulae from the Mikusinski operational calculus can be generalized to the present setting. For example, under the conditions that a,b£B, b_1 exists and a and b commute we have [(s — a)2+b2]_1 = {b_1ea(sin bt}.

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Ryll–Nardzewski, S. Łojasiewicz, K. Ur. Yauhen Radyna. We develop a one-dimensional Mikusinski type Operational Calculus on the ring of p-adic integers p.

The Calculus utilizes the space C(p) of continuous functions with values in the field of p-adic numbers p. C(p) is equipped with a convolution, which turns it into an integral domain.

Mikusinski operational calculus or operational calculus using the Laplace transform are based on functions everywhere locally integrable in [0;1], and so, functions important in applications which are everywhere locally integrable except for isolated points, for example f(t) = 1=tn, n= 1;2;3;;are excluded.

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