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- A treatise on the circle and the sphere
- An Introduction to Linear Transformations in Hilbert Space. (AM-4)
- An introduction to linear transformations in Hilbert space,
- An introduction to the theory of canonical matrices,
- Chapter 9 of Ramanujan's second notebook : infinite series identities, transformations, and evaluations
- Conformal deformations of riemannian manifolds,
- Continuous transformations in analysis,
- Coordinate-free multivariable statistics : an illustrated geometric progression from Halmos to Gauss and Bayes
- Distribution theory and transform analysis; : an introduction to generalized functions, with applications
- Efficient algorithms for discrete wavelet transform : with applications to denoising and fuzzy inference systems
- Equivalent and equidecomposable figures
- Ergodic theory of random transformations
- Ergodic theory, randomness, and dynamical systems
- Euclidean geometry and transformations
- Finite dimensional vector spaces,
- Finite-dimensional vector spaces
- Formal structure of electromagnetics; : general covariance and electromagnetics
- Generalized inverses of linear transformations
- Geometric transformations
- Geometric transformations.
- Geometry of Möbius transformations : elliptic, parabolic and hyperbolic actions of SL2[real number]
- Gesammelte Abhandlungen
- Hessian polyhedra, invariant theory, and Appell hypergeometric functions
- Homogeneous bounded domains and Siegel domains
- Invariant variational principles
- Iterated function systems, moments, and tranformations of infinite matrices
- Jacobians of matrix transformations and functions of matrix argument
- Lectures on linear groups,
- Lectures on the icosahedron and the solution of equations of the fifth degree.
- Linear algebra and projective geometry
- Linear differential transformations of the second order;
- Linear transformations in Hilbert space and their applications to analysis,
- Linear transformations in n-dimensional vector space; : an introduction to the theory of Hilbert space,
- Matrices and transformations
- Monotone transformations and limit laws
- Multi-parameter Singular Integrals
- Multi-parameter singular integrals
- Multiple-Hilbert transforms associated with polynomials
- Nonlinear integrable equations : recursion operators, group theoretical and Hamiltonian structures of soliton equations
- Notes on Coxeter transformations and the McKay correspondence
- Notes on dynamical systems
- Outer billiards on kites
- Outer billiards on kites
- Pattern-recognition transforms
- Projective geometry and point transformations
- Sequence transformations and their applications
- Signals, systems, and transforms
- Signals, systems, and transforms
- Similarity analyses of boundary value problems in engineering
- Spectral methods in soliton equations
- Spectral transform and solitons : tools to solve and investigate nonlinear evolution equations
- Supported blow-up and prescribed scalar curvature on Sn
- Symplectic techniques in physics
- Systems and transforms with applications in optics
- Systems and transforms with applications in optics
- Tables of integral transforms. : Based, in part, on notes left by Harry Bateman,
- The Fourier transform and its applications
- The Fourier transform and its applications
- The Fourier transform and its applications
- The Laplace transform
- The [mu]-transform and its applications to nonlinear science
- The method of equivalence and its applications
- The method of equivalence and its applications
- The t-representation of the general Debye function
- Theory and application of the z-transform method
- Theory of complex homogeneous bounded domains
- Topological transformation groups
- Transform techniques for probability modeling
- Transformation geometry
- Transformation geometry : an introduction to symmetry
- Transformation methods for nonlinear partial differential equations
- Transients in linear systems studied by the Laplace transformation
- Two-dimensional digital signal processing II : transforms and median filters
- Uncertainty principles associated to non-degenerate quadratic forms
- Under the spell of the gauge principle
- Uniqueness theorems for variational problems by the method of transformation groups
- Vorlesungen über das Ikosaeder : und die Auflösung der Gleichungen vom fünften Grade
- Vorlesungen über die Algebra der linearen Transformationen.
- Vorlesungen über geometrie,
- Vorlesungen über höhere Geometrie
- Études spectrales d'opérateurs de transfert et applications

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