Clifford Algebras In Analysis And Related Topics / Edition 1

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Overview

This new book contains the most up-to-date and focused description of the applications of Clifford algebras in analysis, particularly classical harmonic analysis. It is the first single volume devoted to applications of Clifford analysis to other aspects of analysis.
All chapters are written by world authorities in the area. Of particular interest is the contribution of Professor Alan McIntosh. He gives a detailed account of the links between Clifford algebras, monogenic and harmonic functions and the correspondence between monogenic functions and holomorphic functions of several complex variables under Fourier transforms. He describes the correspondence between algebras of singular integrals on Lipschitz surfaces and functional calculi of Dirac operators on these surfaces. He also discusses links with boundary value problems over Lipschitz domains.
Other specific topics include Hardy spaces and compensated compactness in Euclidean space; applications to acoustic scattering and Galerkin estimates; scattering theory for orthogonal wavelets; applications of the conformal group and Vahalen matrices; Newmann type problems for the Dirac operator; plus much, much more!
Clifford Algebras in Analysis and Related Topics also contains the most comprehensive section on open problems available. The book presents the most detailed link between Clifford analysis and classical harmonic analysis. It is a refreshing break from the many expensive and lengthy volumes currently found on the subject.

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Based on a conference held in Fayetteville, Arkansas, April 1993, this proceedings volume contain descriptions of the applications of Clifford algebras in analysis, primarily the impact of Clifford analysis on harmonic analysis. Of particular interest is the paper based on the lectures of principal speaker Alan McIntosh, of Macquarie U., Australia, which provides a detailed account of the links between Clifford algebras, monogenic and harmonic functions, and the correspondence between monogenic functions and holomorphic functions of several complex variables under Fourier transforms. No index. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780849384813
  • Publisher: CRC Press
  • Publication date: 10/23/1995
  • Series: Studies in Advanced Mathematics Series , #21
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.94 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction, J. Ryan
Section on Open Problems
Clifford Algebras, Fourier Theory, Singular Integrals, and Harmonic Analysis on Lipschitz Domains, A. McIntosh
Clifford Algebras and Ho Functional Calculus of n-Tuple Commuting Operators, C. Li and A. McIntosh
Hypercomplex Variables Techniques in Harmonic Analysis, M. Mitrea
Applications of Conformal Covariance in Clifford Analysis, J. Ryan
Singular Integrals with Monogenic Kernels on the n-Torus and its Lipschitz Perturbations, T. Qian
Scattering Theory for Orthogonal Wavelets, P.E.T. Jorgensen
Acoustic Scattering, Galerkin Estimates, and Clifford Algebras, B. Jawerth and M. Mitrea
Clifford Algebra, Hardy Space, and Compensated Compactness, Z. Wu
Frame Decomposition of Form-valued Hardy Spaces, J. Gilbert , J. Lakey , and J. Hogan
Applications of Clifford Analysis to Inverse Scattering for Linear Hierarchy in Several Space Dimensions, D.B. Dix
On Riemann-Hilbert Problems for the Dirac Operator in a Half Space of Rn, Z. Xu and C. Zhou
Regularity and Approximation Results for the Maxwell Problem on C1 and Lipschitz Domains, M. Mitrea, R.H. Torres, and G.V. Welland
Continuity of Calderón-Zygmund Type Operators on the Predual of a Morrey Space, J. Alvarez
Neumann Type Problems for the Dirac Operator, C. Zhou
The Hyperholomorphic Bergman Projector and its Properties, E. Ramirez de Arellano, M. Shapiro, and N. Vasilevski
Multivector Solutions to the Meta-Holomorphic Massive Dirac Equation, W. Pizzaglia, Jr.
Möbius Transformations, Vahlen Matrices, and their Factorizations, P. Lounesto

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