The General Orthogonal Expansions
In this and the following two chapters, we shall depart from the typical Gibbs phenomenon in the trigonometric polynomials and the truncated Fourier integrals approximations of functions with jump discontinuities. We will cover similar Gibbs phenomenon in the truncated, orthogonal expansion, or general integral transforms representations of functions with jump discontinuities.
KeywordsFourier Series Jump Discontinuity Gibbs Phenomenon Orthogonal Expansion Spherical Average
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Additional References (From Appendix A.)
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