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Works under MDS 515.785
 Harmonic Analysis by Elias M. Stein
 An introduction to abstract harmonic analysis by Lynn H. Loomis
 NonAbelian Harmonic Analysis: Applications of Sl (Universitext) by Roger Howe
 Harmonic analysis and boundary value problems in the complex domain by djrbashianmkhitarm
 Harmonic analysis, partial differential equations, complex analysis, Banach spaces, and operator theory. celebrating Cora Sadosky's life / (Volume 1) by pereyramaracristina
 Nonstandard Methods in Commutative Harmonic Analysis by E.I. Gordon
 Representation Theory and Noncommutative Harmonic Analysis I Fundamental Concepts. Representations of Virasoro and Affine Algebras by A. A. Kirillov
 Polygroup Theory and Related Systems by Bijan Davvaz
 Harmonic approximation by Stephen J. Gardiner
 Operator algebra and dynamics : Nordforsk Network Closing Conference, Faroe Islands, May 2012 by Toke M. Carlsen
 Frames and other bases in abstract and function spaces : novel methods in harmonic analysis. Volume 1 by Isaac Pesenson
 Harmonic analysis, partial differential equations, complex analysis, Banach spaces, and operator theory. celebrating Cora Sadosky's life / (Volume 2) by María Cristina Pereyra

 Extensions of positive definite functions : applications and their harmonic analysis by Palle E. T. Jørgensen
 Pseudodifferential equations over nonArchimedean spaces by W. A. ZúñigaGalindo
 Excursions in harmonic analysis. the February Fourier Talks at the Norbert Wiener Center / Volume 5 by Radu Victor Balan
 Representation theory and harmonic analysis : a conference in honor of Ray A. Kunze, January 1214, 1994, Cincinnati, Ohio by Ray Alden Kunze
 TimeFrequency Representations by Richard Tolimieri
 Applications of hypergroups and related measure algebras : a Joint Summer Research Conference on Applications of Hypergroups and Related Measure Algebras, July 31August 6, 1993, Seattle, Washington by connettwilliamc
 Analysis of the Hodge Laplacian on the Heisenberg group by Detlef Müller
 Harmonic Analysis on Symmetric Spaces—Higher Rank Spaces, Positive Definite Matrix Space and Generalizations by Audrey Terras
 Spherical harmonics in P dimensions by Costas Efthimiou
 An Introductory Course in Lebesgue Spaces by Rene Erlin Castillo
 Hyperspherical harmonics and their physical applications by averyjamesemil
 Excursions in harmonic analysis. Volume 3, The February fourier talks at the Norbert Wiener Center by Radu Victor Balan

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