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Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Fourier. (English)
SYMmetryplus 56, 9-11 (2015).
The article presents a short portrayal of the life and scientific work of the French mathematician and mathematical physicist Joseph Fourier (1768‒1830) who is famous for his statement that any function across the interval $(-π,π)$ could be represented by a trigonometric series, today called a Fourier series.
Reviewer: Peter Dürr (Linkenheim)
Classification: A30
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