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Integral Transforms and Special Functions

CountryUnited Kingdom
29
H Index
Subject AreaMathematics
Subject CategoryAnalysis, Applied Mathematics
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Publication typeJournals
ISSN10652469, 14768291
Coverage1996-ongoing
Scope Integral transforms and special functions belong to the basic subjects of mathematical analysis, the theory of differential and integral equations, approximation theory, and to many other areas of pure and applied mathematics. Although centuries old, these subjects are under intense development, for use in pure and applied mathematics, physics, engineering and computer science. This stimulates continuous interest for researchers in these fields. The aim of Integral Transforms and Special Functions is to foster further growth by providing a means for the publication of important research on all aspects of the subjects. (source)
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