Fourier sine and cosine series

In mathematics, particularly the field of calculus and Fourier analysis, the Fourier sine and cosine series are two mathematical series named after Joseph Fourier.

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NotationEdit

In this article, f denotes a real valued function on   which is periodic with period 2L. The value of term c is L which is always taken as half of the total interval function f is defined in or we are concerned in .. In here we are using L instead of c .

Sine seriesEdit

If f(x) is an odd function, then the Fourier Half Range sine series of f is defined to be

 

which is just a form of complete Fourier series with the only difference that   and   is zero, and the series is defined for half of the interval.

In the formula we have ....

 .

Cosine seriesEdit

If f(x) is an even function, then the Fourier cosine series is defined to be

 

where

 .

RemarksEdit

This notion can be generalized to functions which are not even or odd, but then the above formulas will look different.

See alsoEdit

BibliographyEdit

  • Byerly, William Elwood (1893). "Chapter 2: Development in Trigonometric Series". An Elementary Treatise on Fourier's Series: And Spherical, Cylindrical, and Ellipsoidal Harmonics, with Applications to Problems in Mathematical Physics (2 ed.). Ginn. p. 30.
  • Carslaw, Horatio Scott (1921). "Chapter 7: Fourier's Series". Introduction to the Theory of Fourier's Series and Integrals, Volume 1 (2 ed.). Macmillan and Company. p. 196.