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Some remarks about Cantor sets
Stephen Semmes
Mathematics , 2004,
Abstract: These informal notes briefly discuss various aspects of Cantor sets.
Elements of harmonic analysis
Stephen Semmes
Mathematics , 2004,
Abstract: These informal notes briefly discuss some basic topics in harmonic analysis along the lines of convolutions and Fourier transforms.
Elements of harmonic analysis, 2
Stephen Semmes
Mathematics , 2004,
Abstract: These informal notes consider Fourier transforms on a simple class of nice functions and some basic properties of the Fourier transform.
Elements of harmonic analysis, 3
Stephen Semmes
Mathematics , 2004,
Abstract: These notes briefly discuss basic notions concerning locally compact abelian topological groups and Fourier transforms of functions on them.
Notes on topological vector spaces
Stephen Semmes
Mathematics , 2003,
Abstract: These are some informal notes concerning topological vector spaces, with a brief overview of background material and basic notions, and emphasis on examples related to classical analysis.
Notes on p-adic numbers
Stephen Semmes
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: These notes deal with some basic notions related to p-adic numbers and functions of p-adic numbers.
A brief introduction to p-adic numbers
Stephen Semmes
Mathematics , 2003,
Abstract: In this short survey we look at a few basic features of p-adic numbers, somewhat with the point of view of a classical analyst. In particular, with p-adic numbers one has arithmetic operations and a norm, just as for real or complex numbers.
Some remarks about Cauchy integrals and totally real surfaces in C^m
Stephen Semmes
Mathematics , 2003,
Abstract: There seems to be quite a bit of room for interesting things related to surfaces M in C^m with real dimension m which are totally real and aspects of several complex variables on C^m around M. A basic case occurs when m = 1, with Cauchy integral operators along curves, holomorphic functions on the complements of curves, and so on. In the present article we briefly indicate a few points concerning these matters.
What is a metric space?
Stephen Semmes
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: The question in the title is discussed briefly, with emphasis on a few basic examples and their properties.
An introduction to the geometry of metric spaces
Stephen Semmes
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: These informal notes deal with some basic properties of metric spaces, especially concerning lengths of curves.
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