By Ayman Badawi

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Let T (y0 ) be the time for the particle to fall from (x0 , y0 ) to (0, 0), assuming the shape of the curve is given by some function y = f (x). Then conservation of energy says 2gT (y0 ) = y0 y=0 −1/2 ϕ (y)(y0 − y) dy, ϕ (y) = dx 1+ dy 2 1/2 , where g is the acceleration of gravity and the curve is assumed to look like that in Fig. 1. Derive this integral equation. , that the time of descent is independent of the starting point. The tautochrone problem is to find the curve y = f (x) under this hypothesis.

See Hejhal [265] for a discussion of a related summation formula due to Voronoi. It would be useful to be able to derive these results on Fourier series directly from the inversion formula for the Fourier transform in Sect. 1. Bracewell ( [61, pp. ]) claims to do this, but there seems to be a gap in his argument. 20 of Sect. 2 gives a way of deriving the representation of certain functions by Fourier series, using the inversion of Laplace transforms plus Cauchy’s integral theorem (see also Titchmarsh [678, pp.

B. b. =least upper bound). fˆ : Rm → C is continuous. ( f ∗g) = fˆ · g. ˆ Riemann–Lebesgue lemma: lim|y|→∞ fˆ(y) = 0. fˆ = 0 ⇔ f = 0. Here we mean 0 almost everywhere. Discussion. The proofs of these properties are not hard, using Lebesgue dominated convergence, Fubini’s theorem, etc. To prove the Riemann–Lebesgue lemma, note that given an L1 function f , one can find a Schwartz function g that is close to f in L1 norm. Then fˆ(x) and g(x) ˆ must be close for all x. Now use the fact that gˆ approaches zero as x goes to infinity.