|Feb2-12, 09:11 AM||#1|
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Schwartz Distributions in N variables?
The title says it all - is it possible to extend Schwartz's theory of distributions to N variables? I've heard that it can be easily extended to two variables using Schwartz's Kernel Theorem (does anyone know a good reference that explains this stuff?). Does this theorem carry over to N variables?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Thank You in Advance?
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