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Textbooks
Here is a list of supplementary books on the material in the course.
Inexpensive Texts
 Fourier
Series and Orthogonal Functions, Harry Davis,  used previously
for MAT 367
 Fourier
Series, Georgi Tolstov,
 Fourier
Series, G. H. Hardy, Werner Rogosinski,
 Who
Is Fourier?: A Mathematical Adventure, Alan Gleason, et al,
 A
Student's Guide to Fourier Transforms : With Applications in Physics and
Engineering, J. F. James,
 Mathematics
for Physicists (Dover Books on Mathematics), Philippe Dennery, Andre
Krzywicki,
 Complex
Variables (Dover Books on Mathematics), Stephen D. Fisher,
 Applied
Complex Variables, by John W. Dettman,
 Schaum's
Outline of Complex Variables, Murray Spiegel,
 A
Primer on Wavelets and Their Scientific Applications, James S.
Walker,
Some Texts or References

A Course in Mathematrical Methods for Physicists, R. L. Herman

Mathematical
Methods in the Physical Sciences, 2nd Edition, Mary L. Boas,
 Fourier
Series and Boundary Value Problems, Brown and Churchill,
 Mathematical
Methods for Physicists, George B. Arfken, HansJurgen Weber,
 Advanced
Engineering Mathematics, Erwin Kreyszig,
 Visual
Complex Analysis, Tristan Needham,
 Complex
Variables : Introduction and Applications, Mark J. Ablowitz,
Athanssios S. Fokas,
More difficult texts, some of which are in Dr.
Herman's office:
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