By Roger Godement
Ce vol. III disclose l. a. th?orie classique de Cauchy dans un esprit orient? bien davantage vers ses innombrables utilisations que vers une th?orie plus ou moins compl?te des fonctions analytiques. On montre ensuite remark les int?grales curvilignes ? l. a. Cauchy se g?n?ralisent ? un nombre quelconque de variables r?elles (formes diff?rentielles, formules de variety Stokes). Les bases de l. a. th?orie des vari?t?s sont ensuite expos?es, principalement pour fournir au lecteur le langage "canonique" et quelques th?or?mes importants (changement de variables dans les int?grales, ?quations diff?rentielles). Un dernier chapitre montre touch upon peut utiliser ces th?ories pour construire los angeles floor de Riemann compacte d'une fonction alg?brique, sujet rarement trait? dans los angeles litt?rature non sp?cialis?e bien que n'?xigeant que des options ?l?mentaires. Un quantity IV exposera, outre,l'int?grale de Lebesgue, un bloc de math?matiques sp?cialis?es vers lequel convergera tout le contenu des volumes pr?c?dents: s?ries et produits infinis de Jacobi, Riemann, Dedekind, fonctions elliptiques, th?orie classique des fonctions modulaires et los angeles model moderne utilisant los angeles constitution de groupe de Lie de SL(2,R).
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1 To get (13) from (11) an integration has been performed; the vanishing of w ( ~ ) ( xt ), as x-+ w, (14) w ( ~ )w(, t ) =0, m=O, 1, clearly implied by the definition (12a), as well as the asymptotic vanishing of w i m ) ( x ,t ) implied by (12b), have moreover been invoked to set to zero the integration constant. Note that (13) is, if one assumes do) to be known, a Riccati equation for d ' ) ;and vice versa. The relationship (10) corresponding to the simplest Backlund transformation (1 1) or (13) reads simply (15) + R c l )k, ( t ) = -R (O)( k , t ) [ ( k i p )/ ( k - i p )] .
Let us end t h s section by mentioning two directions in which instead such a close correspondence does not yet seem to exist. First and most important, is the extension of the approach to more (space) variables. 1). Returning to the simplest case of one space and one time variable, there is another kind of extension that can be done very simply in the linear case but still has no simple counterpart in the nonlinear context: the inclusion of certain classes of integro-differential equations. Consider for instance, in place of (l), the evolution equation +m (27) dyK(x-y, t ) u ( y ,t ) .
N } . The motivation for such a definition is, that there is a one-to-one correspondence between functions u ( x ) (in an appropriate functional class, as indicated above), and the spectral transform (7). 2 indicates how S is determined (clearly uniquely) by u; this is the direct spectral problem. In the following subsection the inverse spectral problem is discussed, namely the determination of u from a given S. 2. , N } , the following procedure yields the corresponding function u( x). Define first of all the function N fa, (2) M(x)=(2~)-'/ dkexp(ikx)R(k)+ -a, p,exp(-p,x).
Analyse mathematique III: Fonctions analytiques, differentielles et varietes, surfaces de Riemann by Roger Godement