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Jean Delsarte

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Jean Delsarte

Jean Frédéric Auguste Delsarte (19 October 1903, Fourmies – 28 November 1968, Nancy) was a French mathematician known for his work in mathematical analysis, in particular, for introducing mean-periodic functions and generalised shift operators. He was one of the founders of the Bourbaki group. He was an invited speaker at the International Congress of Mathematicians in 1932 at Zürich.

Selected publications

  • Application de la théorie des fonctions moyenne-périodiques à la résolution de certaines équations intégrales (1934)
  • Application de la théorie des fonctions moyenne-périodiques à la résolution des équations de Fredholm-Nörlund (1935)
  • Fonctions moyenne-périodiques sur un groupe abstrait (1937)
  • Note sur une propriété nouvelle des fonctions harmoniques (1958)
  • Théorie des fonctions moyenne-périodiques de deux variables (1960)
  • Lectures on Topics in Mean Periodic functions and the Two Radius Theorem (1961)

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