Gabor Szegö: Collected Papers: 1945-1972

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  • ISBN-13: 9781461257875
  • Publisher: Birkhauser Verlag
  • Publication date: 12/31/2013
  • Series: Contemporary Mathematicians Series
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1982
  • Pages: 892
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 1.76 (d)

Table of Contents

— Volume 3.- (1945–1) Inequalities for the Capacity of a Condenser (with G. Pólya).- (1945–2) On the Capacity of a Condenser.- (1948–1) On an Inequality of P. Turán Concerning Legendre Polynomials.- (1949–1) The Virtual Mass of Nearly Spherical Solids.- (1949–2) Virtual Mass and Polarization (with M. Schiffer).- (1950–1)Über eine Verallgemeinerung des Dirichletschen Integrals.- (1950–2) On Membranes and Plates.- (1950–3) Extremum Problems for Non-Negative Sine Polynomials (with W. W. Rogosinski).- (1950–4) Conformal Mapping of the Interior of an Ellipse onto a Circle.- (1950–5) On the Relative Extrema of Legendre Polynomials.- (1950–6) On Certain Special Sets of Orthogonal Polynomials.- (1951–1) Special Conformal Mappings (with L. Fejér).- (1951–2) Principal Frequency, Torsional Rigidity and Electrostatic Capacity.- (1952–1) On Certain Set Functions Defined by Extremum Properties in the Theory of Functions and in Mathematical Physics.- (1952–2) On Certain Hermitian Forms Associated with the Fourier Series of a Positive Function.- (1952–3) Conformal Mapping Related to Torsional Rigidity, Principal Frequency, and Electrostatic Capacity.- (1952–4) Recent Contributions of the Hungarian School to Conformal Mapping.- (1953–1) A Note on the Reciprocal of a Fourier Series (with A. Edrei).- (1953–2) On the Vibrations of a Clamped Plate.- (1953–3) Remark on the Preceding Paper of Charles Loewner.- (1953–4) On the Eigen-values of Certain Hermitian Forms (with M. Kac and W. L. Murdock).- (1954–1) Inequalities for Certain Eigenvalues of a Membrane of Given Area.- (1954–2) On Certain Mean Values of Polynomials (with A. Zygmund).- (1954–3) On the Singularities of Zonal Harmonic Expansions.- (1954–4) On a Theorem of C. Carathéodory.- (1954–5) Otto Szász.- (1954–6) Review of Higher Transcendental Functions, Vols. 1 and 2.- (1955–1) On Algebraic Equations with Integral Coefficients Whose Roots Belong to a Given Point Set (with M. Fekete).- (1955–2) On a Certain Kind of Symmetrization and Its Applications.- (1956–1) Relations between Different Capacity Concepts.- (1958–1) Note to My Paper “On Membranes and Plates”.- (1959–1) Recent Advances and Open Questions on the Asymptotic Expansions of Orthogonal Polynomials.- (1960–1) On Certain Differential-Integral Equations (with S. Karlin).- (1960–2) Concerning the Fourier Coefficients of a Nonnegative Function.- (1960–3) A Problem in Prediction Theory (with Henry Helson).- (1960–4) Leopold Fejér: In Memoriam 1880–1959.- (1960–5) Emlékeze's Fejér Lipótra.- (1960–6) An Extremum Problem for Polynomials (with I. J. Schoenberg).- (1960–7) On the Gradient of Solid Harmonic Polynomials.- (1960–8) On Certain Determinants Whose Elements are Orthogonal Polynomials (with S. Karlin).- (1961–1) On the Monotone Convergence of Certain Riemann Sums (with P. Turán).- (1962–1) On Positive Harmonic Polynomials.- (1962–2) An Inequality for Jacobi Polynomials.- (1963–1) On Bi-Orthogonal Systems of Trigonometric Polynomials.- (1963–2) On the Positivity of Certain Sums of Ultraspherical Polynomials, by Ervin Feldheim with a note by G. Szegö.- (1964–1) On a Problem of the Best Approximation.- (1964–2) On Some Problems of Approximations.- (1968–1) An Outline of the History of Orthogonal Polynomials.- (1972–1) The Contributions of L. Fejér to the Constructive Function Theory.

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