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  1. Harmonic Analysis and Fourer Series

 

The integrals which we have obtained are not only general expressions which satisfy the differential equation, they represent in the most distinct manner the natural effect which is the object of the phenomenon... when this condition is fulfilled, the integral is, properly speaking, the equation of the phenomenon; it expresses clearly the character and progress of it, in the same manner as the finite equation of a line or curved surface makes known all the properties of those forms. -Baron Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Fourier

  1. Harmonic Analysis EP van den Ban Master Class Course MRI Fall 
  2. APPLICATIONS OF COMMUTATIVE HARMONIC ANALYSIS TOM SANDERS University of Cambridge 
  3. HARMONIC ANALYSIS Thomas H. Wolff Revised version, March 2002
  4. Topics in harmonic analysis and probability Sergei Treil Brown University Fall 2012, Notes taken by students
  5. Harmonic Analysis S.R.Srinivasa Varadhan NYU 2000
  6. Notes on Harmonic Analysis George W Benthien May 22, 2006
  7. Harmonic Analysis supplemental notes John J. Benedetto University  of Maryland
  8. Wavelets and Thier Applications John Benedetto University of Marylandl 2008 Notes
  9. Harmonic Analysis  Richard S. Laugesen University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign  March 24, 2009
  10. Harmonic Analysis University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Richard S.Laugesen January 9, 2009
  11. CHRISTIAN REMLING University of Oaklahoma Lecture Notes (Functional Analysis,Harmonic
    Analysis, Stochastic Processes)
  12. HARMONIC ANALYSIS ON SO (3) CHRISTIAN REMLING University of Oaklahoma
  13. Harmonic Analysis Russell Brown University of Kentucky August 14, 2009
  14. Fourier Analysis Mohammad Asdzadeh Chalmers University 2008
  15. Fourier Analysis and Related Topics J. Korevaar Institute for Mathematics
  16. Lebesgue Integration and Fourier Analysis Nicolaas Spronk University of Waterloo Winter 2012 
  17. Topological Groups Part III, Spring 2008 T. W. Korner University of Cambridge March 8,
    2008
  18. Topics in Fourier Analysis Part III Autumn 2005 T. W. Korner University of Cambridge May
    23,
  19. Fourier Series and PDEs Ruth E. Baker  University of Oxford Hilary Term 2013 
  20. Advanced FOURIER ANALYSIS Yu. Safarov King's College University of London CMMS 11
  21. DISTRIBUTIONS, FOURIER TRANSFORMS AND MICROLOCAL ANALYSIS Yu. Safarov King's College
    University of London
  22. Nonlinear Fourier Analysis Terence Tao, Christoph Thiele 2012
  23. Fourier Analysis Richard Melrose MIT 2004
  24. Fourier Transform and its Applications Brad Osgood  Stanford University
  25. Gaussian estimation: Sequence and wavelet models December 27, 2011 Iain M. Johnstone Stanford University
  26. Mathematics of Wavelets Willard Miller University of Minnesota  May 3, 2006
  27. Wavelets, their friends, and what they can do for you Cristina Pereyra § Martin J. Mohlenkampy June 20, 2004
  28. Fourier theory, wavelet analysis and nonlinear optimization Øyvind Ryan, Geir Dahl, and Knut Mørken Univeristy of Oslo March 28, 2012
  29. Wavelets and signal processing University of Caifornia of Berkeley
  30. From Fourier Analysis to Wavelets Course Organizers: Jonas Gomes Luiz Velho
    Instituto de Matematica Pura e Aplicada, IMPA Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Course Notes  SIGGRAPH 1999
  31. Fourier Analysis PIOTR HAJ LASZ University of Pittsburgh Spring 2008
  32. Wavelets and Partial Differential Equations
  33. Harmonic Analysis: from Fourier to Haar (preliminary version) by Cristina Pereyra University of New Mexico
  34. Wavelets and Splines Wavelets Amos Ron University of Wisconsin-Madison Spring 2005
  35. Fourier Analysis Christian Berg University of Copenhagen November 2, 2009
  36. An Introduction to Fourier Analysis Part III T. W. K ?orner University of Cambridge July 11, 2012
  37. Fourier Analysis Valeriy Serov University of Oulu 2007 Edited by Markus Harju
  38. Topics in Differential Equations W. Craig McMaster University 2012
  39. Harmonic Analysis Notes Even Chou New York University 2009
  40. Sampling and Quantization (and Reconstruction) Even Chou New York University
  41. Wavelets, Approximation Theory, and Signal Processing Güntürk, Fall 2010 Scribe:Evan Chou New York University 2010
  42. A Little Harmonic Analysis Carl D. Offner University of Massechucetts Boston
  43. Fourier Series James S. Walker University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire
  44. Harmonic Analysis IOANNIS PARISSIS AALTO UNIVERSITY SPRING 2013
  45. Lectures On Fourier Series S. Kesavan Institute of Mathematical Sciences Chennai-600 113,
    INDIA
  46. Introduction to the Mathematics of Wavelets Willard Miller University of Minnesota May 3, 2006
  47. Analysis I Barry Simon CalTech University  Spring 2012-13] 
  48. Lecture notes by W. Schlag University of Chicago on Harmonic Analysis.
  49.  Fourier Analysis Maria Girardi USC/Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Sommersemester 2012
  50. Fourier Series Alberto Candel California State University Northridge
  51. Basic FOURIER ANALYSIS Yu. Safarov King's College University of London 
  52. Harmonic Analysis I PIOTR HAJ LASZ University of Pittsburgh Spring 2013
  53. Harmonic Analysis II PIOTR HAJ LASZ University of Pittsburgh Fal 2013
  54. Fourier Analysis Daniel Ueltschi Typed up by: Toby Allen University of Warwick
  55. Topics in Fourier Analysis Peter J. Olver University of Minnesota