An Introduction to Ultrametric Summability Theory

by P.N. Natarajan

Part of the Forum for Interdisciplinary Mathematics Series

An Introduction to Ultrametric Summability Theory Synopsis

This is the second, completely revised and expanded edition of the author's first book, covering numerous new topics and recent developments in ultrametric summability theory. Ultrametric analysis has emerged as an important branch of mathematics in recent years. This book presents a brief survey of the research to date in ultrametric summability theory, which is a fusion of a classical branch of mathematics (summability theory) with a modern branch of analysis (ultrametric analysis). Several mathematicians have contributed to summability theory as well as functional analysis. The book will appeal to both young researchers and more experienced mathematicians who are looking to explore new areas in analysis. The book is also useful as a text for those who wish to specialize in ultrametric summability theory.

Book Information

ISBN: 9788132234432
Publication date: 23rd October 2016
Author: P.N. Natarajan
Publisher: Springer, India, Private Ltd
Format: Paperback
Pagination: 159 pages
Categories: Calculus & mathematical analysis, Numerical analysis, Functional analysis & transforms,

About P.N. Natarajan

Pinnangudi Narayanasubramanian Natarajan is former professor and head, Department of Mathematics, Ramakrishna Mission Vivekananda College, Chennai. He did his PhD from the University of Madras, under Prof. M.S. Rangachari, former director and head, The Ramanujan Institute for Advanced Study in Mathematics, University of Madras. An active researcher, Prof. Natarajan has over 100 research papers to his credit published in several international journals like Proceedings of the American Mathematical Society, Bulletin of the London Mathematical Society, Indagationes Mathematicae, Annales Mathematiques Blaise Pascal and Commentationes Mathematicae (Prace Matematyczne). His research interest includes summability theory and functional analysis (both classical and ultrametric). Professor ...

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