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Decomposition in terms of special functions


Bykovskii V.A.

2019, issue 2, Ñ. 138–172


Abstract
In the automorphic functions theory there arise integral transformations with the special functions in the kernels.

Keywords:
special functions, inversion formulas, expansions in terms of special functions

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