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Available as .pdf from; http://cds.cern.ch/record/1003726?ln=en

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Google the Fourier Transform and become an expert at that.

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EDIT: After looking at the text you posted perhaps my suggestion is not rigorous enough.

Note to moderators this version of the book is posted for free distribution on the author's website.

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http://www.mast.queensu.ca/~andrew/

Follow the link to course notes, then math 334.

One book I really like is "Fourier Analysis and its applications" by Gasquet and Witomski. It is probably not advanced enough for you; it is certainly less advanced (and shorter!) than the notes by Lewis, but is more polished. I especially like the treatment of Fourier analysis and distribution theory.

Jason

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