By A.V.; Kalinichenko, D.F. Bitsadze
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98) n→∞ for the integral of the square of the difference of the partial sum and the function represented by the partial sum leads to the completeness equation a 20 2 π n a 2m + + m =1 b 2m 1 = π f 2 (x)dx. 99) −π Versions of Parseval’s equality occur frequently in physics and engineering. 93) gives the probability of finding the system in the nth state. Thus the total probability b |f (x)|2 dx a is equal to a sum of probabilities for all n states. 16. Fourier Series of Functions Given at Discrete Points 49 equal to the sum of the energies associated with the individual harmonics.
1. Arbitrary function f (x) defined on the interval [a, b] extended to the x-axis as the function F (x). 34), where 2l = b − a. 37) 2nπx dx. 34) gives a periodic function with period T = 2l = b − a; however, the original function was defined only on the interval [a, b] and is not periodic in general. 7 Fourier Series in Cosine or Sine Functions Suppose that f (x) is an even function on [−π, π] so that f (x) sin nx is odd. For this case, π 1 bn = π f (x) sin nxdx = 0, −π since the integral of an odd function over a symmetric interval equals zero.
Find the sine series of the same function on the interval (−π, π). 7. 7. 5. 8. Original function with alternate extension to the x-axis plotted with the partial sum of the first five terms. which is different than the cosine series for the same function. 8, respectively. 6. Find the Fourier series for f (x) = Solution. 0 if − π < x < 0, x if 0 ≤ x ≤ π. The coefficients are π 1 1 a0 = 2 2π xdx = π , 4 0 π 1 sin nx x cos nxdx = x π n 1 an = π 0 π 0 π 1 − nπ sin nxdx = cos nπ − 1 ; n 2π 0 that is, a 2k = 0, a 2k−1 = − 2 .
A Collection of Problems on the Equations of Mathematical Physics by A.V.; Kalinichenko, D.F. Bitsadze