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On estimates for the Fourier-Bessel integral transform in the space L2(ℝ+)

22 Jul 2009-Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics (SP MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica)-Vol. 49, Iss: 7, pp 1103-1110
TL;DR: In this paper, the Fourier-Bessel integral transform in L 2 (ℝ+) was shown to have a generalized modulus of continuity, and two estimates useful in applications were proved.
Abstract: Two estimates useful in applications are proved for the Fourier-Bessel integral transform in L2(ℝ+) as applied to some classes of functions characterized by a generalized modulus of continuity.
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TL;DR: Using a generalized translation operator, this article obtained an analog of Theorem 5.2 in Younis (1986) for the Bessel transform for functions satisfying the -Bessel Lipschitz condition in.
Abstract: Using a generalized translation operator, we obtain an analog of Theorem 5.2 in Younis (1986) for the Bessel transform for functions satisfying the -Bessel Lipschitz condition in .

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01 Nov 2012
TL;DR: In this article, Titchmarsh proved some theorems on the classical Fourier transform of functions satisfying conditions related to the Cauchy-Lipschitz conditions on the Euclidean space R.
Abstract: In [1] Titchmarsh proved some theorems on the classical Fourier transform of functions satisfying conditions related to the Cauchy-Lipschitz conditions on the Euclidean space R. In this paper we extend one those theorems for the Bessel transform for function on half-line [0,1) in a weighted Lp-metric are studied with the use of Bessel generalized translation. Keywords: Bessel operator; Bessel transform; Bessel generalized translation. 2010 Mathematics Subject Classification: 42B10; 42A38; 42B37.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the Fourier-Bessel transform in the space of two-variable functions characterized by a generalized modulus of continuity was shown to be a generalization of the Hankel transform.
Abstract: Two estimates useful in applications are proved for the Fourier-Bessel (or Hankel) transform in the space \(\mathbb{L}_2 \left( {\mathbb{R}_ + ^2 } \right)\) for some classes of two-variable functions characterized by a generalized modulus of continuity.

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TL;DR: In this article, a generalized spherical mean operator was used to generalize Titchmarsh's theorem for the Dunkl transform for functions satisfying the Lipschitz condition in L 2 (Rd;wk), where wk is a weight function invariant under the action of an associated reection group.
Abstract: Using a generalized spherical mean operator, we obtain the generalizationof Titchmarsh's theorem for the Dunkl transform for functions satisfyingthe Lipschitz condition in L2(Rd;wk), where wk is a weight function invariantunder the action of an associated reection groups.

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TL;DR: In this article, a generalized version of Titchmarsh's Theorem for the Dunkl transform for functions satisfying the Lipschitz Dunkl condition in the space is presented.
Abstract: In this paper‎, ‎using a generalized Dunkl translation operator‎, ‎we obtain a generalization of Titchmarsh's Theorem for the Dunkl transform for functions satisfying the $(\psi,p)$ -Lipschitz Dunkl condition in the space $\mathrm{L}_{p,\alpha}=\mathrm{L}^{p}(\mathbb{R},|x|^{2\alpha+1}dx)$ ‎, ‎where $\alpha>-\frac{1}{2}$ .

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