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Convergence for Fourier series solutions of the forced harmonic oscillator II

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This paper compliments two recent articles by the author in this journal concerning solving the forced harmonic oscillator equation when the forcing is periodic. The idea is to replace the forcing function by its Fourier series and solve the differential equation term-by-term. Herein the convergence of such series solutions is investigated when the forcing function is bounded, piecewise continuous, and piecewise smooth. The series solution and its term-by-term derivative converge uniformly over the entire real line. The term-by-term differentiation produces a series for the second derivative that converges pointwise and uniformly over any interval not containing a jump discontinuity of the forcing function.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2002-05-01

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