Picard's Little Theorem and Twice-Punctured Plane

Picard's Little Theorem and Twice-Punctured Plane

We show that the range of a non-constant entire function's range cannot be a twice-punctured plane.

Read moreVague Convergence in Measure-theoretic Probability Theory - Equivalent Conditions

We give an introduction to vague convergence and see several equivalent conditions of it.

Read moreA Step-by-step of the Analytic Continuation of the Riemann Zeta Function

We compute the analytic continuation of the Riemann Zeta function and after that the reader will realise that asserting $1+2+\dots=-\frac{1}{12}$ without enough caution is not a good idea.

Read moreStudy Irreducible Representations of SU(2) Using Fourier Series

$SU(2)$ has a lot of interesting mathematical and physical properties. In this post we study its irreducible representations in a mathematician's way.

Read moreThe Fourier Transform of exp(-cx^2) and Its Convolution

We develop two almost straightforward way to compute the Fourier transform of $\exp(-cx^2)$, in the sense that any contour integration and the calculus of residues are not required at all. The first cool approach enables us to think about these elementary concepts much deeper, so I highly recommend to study this approach as long as you are familiar with ODE of first order.

Read moreA Detailed Proof of the Riemann Mapping Theorem

We offer a detailed proof of the Riemann mapping theorem, which states that every proper simply connected region is conformally equivalent to the open unit disc.

Read moreCharacters in Analysis and Algebra

In this post, we study the concept of character, what it is about in abstract harmonic analysis and how to use it Galois theory.

Read moreThe Banach Algebra of Borel Measures on Euclidean Space

This blog post is intended to deliver a quick explanation of the algebra of Borel measures on $\mathbb{R}^n$. It will be broken into pieces. All complex-valued complex Borel measures $M(\mathbb{R}^n)$ clearly form a vector space over $\mathbb{C}$. The main goal of this post is to show that this is a Banach space and also a Banach algebra.

In fact, the $\mathbb{R}^n$ case can be generalised into any locally compact abelian group (see any abstract harmonic analysis books), this is because what really matters here is being locally compact and abelian. But at this moment we stick to Euclidean spaces. Note since $\mathbb{R}^n$ is $\sigma$-compact, all Borel measures are regular.

To read this post you need to be familiar with some basic properties of Banach algebra, complex Borel measures, and the most important, Fubini’s theorem.

The concept of generalised functions (distributions) and derivatives

In this post, we study the concept of generalised functions (a.k.a. distributions), and let's see how to evaluate the derivative no matter the function is differentiable or not.

Read moreElementary Properties of Cesàro Operator in L^2

We study the average of sum, in the sense of integral.

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