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Uniqueness of square convergent trigonometric series. (English) Zbl 0840.42014
The authors introduce the notions of square like partial sum and convergence of multiple trigonometric series, and give a partial answer to the uniqueness problem for square convergence. Instead of going into details, we present here a corollary of their main result.
If the double trigonometric series $\sum_{m,n\in Z}\sum a_{mn} e^{i(mx+ ny)}$ is such that $\sum_{|m|< r}\sum_{|n|< r} a_{mn} e^{i(mx+ ny)}= o(1/r)\text{ and } \sum_{\max\{|m|, |n|\}= r} |a_{mn}|= o(1/r)\text{ as }r\to \infty,$ then $$a_{mn}= 0$$ for all $$m,n\in Z$$.
Reviewer: F.Móricz (Szeged)
##### MSC:
 42B99 Harmonic analysis in several variables 42A63 Uniqueness of trigonometric expansions, uniqueness of Fourier expansions, Riemann theory, localization