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Mathlib.Analysis.Fourier.PoissonSummation

# Poisson's summation formula #

We prove Poisson's summation formula ∑ (n : ℤ), f n = ∑ (n : ℤ), 𝓕 f n, where 𝓕 f is the Fourier transform of f, under the following hypotheses:

• f is a continuous function ℝ → ℂ.
• The sum ∑ (n : ℤ), 𝓕 f n is convergent.
• For all compacts K ⊂ ℝ, the sum ∑ (n : ℤ), sup { ‖f(x + n)‖ | x ∈ K } is convergent. See Real.tsum_eq_tsum_fourierIntegral for this formulation.

These hypotheses are potentially a little awkward to apply, so we also provide the less general but easier-to-use result Real.tsum_eq_tsum_fourierIntegral_of_rpow_decay, in which we assume f and 𝓕 f both decay as |x| ^ (-b) for some b > 1, and the even more specific result SchwartzMap.tsum_eq_tsum_fourierIntegral, where we assume that both f and 𝓕 f are Schwartz functions.

## TODO #

At the moment SchwartzMap.tsum_eq_tsum_fourierIntegral requires separate proofs that both f and 𝓕 f are Schwartz functions. In fact, 𝓕 f is automatically Schwartz if f is; and once we have this lemma in the library, we should adjust the hypotheses here accordingly.

theorem Real.fourierCoeff_tsum_comp_add {f : } (hf : ∀ (K : ), Summable fun n => ) (m : ) :
fourierCoeff (Function.Periodic.lift (_ : Function.Periodic (↑(∑' (n : ), )) 1)) m =

The key lemma for Poisson summation: the m-th Fourier coefficient of the periodic function ∑' n : ℤ, f (x + n) is the value at m of the Fourier transform of f.

theorem Real.tsum_eq_tsum_fourierIntegral {f : } (h_norm : ∀ (K : ), Summable fun n => ) (h_sum : Summable fun n => ) :
∑' (n : ), f n = ∑' (n : ),

Poisson's summation formula, most general form.

theorem isBigO_norm_Icc_restrict_atTop {E : Type u_1} {f : } {b : } (hb : 0 < b) (hf : f =O[Filter.atTop] fun x => |x| ^ (-b)) (R : ) (S : ) :
(fun x => ContinuousMap.restrict (Set.Icc (x + R) (x + S)) f) =O[Filter.atTop] fun x => |x| ^ (-b)

If f is O(x ^ (-b)) at infinity, then so is the function λ x, ‖f.restrict (Icc (x + R) (x + S))‖ for any fixed R and S.

theorem isBigO_norm_Icc_restrict_atBot {E : Type u_1} {f : } {b : } (hb : 0 < b) (hf : f =O[Filter.atBot] fun x => |x| ^ (-b)) (R : ) (S : ) :
(fun x => ContinuousMap.restrict (Set.Icc (x + R) (x + S)) f) =O[Filter.atBot] fun x => |x| ^ (-b)
theorem isBigO_norm_restrict_cocompact {E : Type u_1} (f : ) {b : } (hb : 0 < b) (hf : f =O[] fun x => |x| ^ (-b)) :
(fun x => ) =O[] fun x => |x| ^ (-b)
theorem Real.tsum_eq_tsum_fourierIntegral_of_rpow_decay_of_summable {f : } (hc : ) {b : } (hb : 1 < b) (hf : f =O[] fun x => |x| ^ (-b)) (hFf : Summable fun n => ) :
∑' (n : ), f n = ∑' (n : ),

Poisson's summation formula, assuming that f decays as |x| ^ (-b) for some 1 < b and its Fourier transform is summable.

theorem Real.tsum_eq_tsum_fourierIntegral_of_rpow_decay {f : } (hc : ) {b : } (hb : 1 < b) (hf : f =O[] fun x => |x| ^ (-b)) (hFf : =O[] fun x => |x| ^ (-b)) :
∑' (n : ), f n = ∑' (n : ),

Poisson's summation formula, assuming that both f and its Fourier transform decay as |x| ^ (-b) for some 1 < b. (This is the one-dimensional case of Corollary VII.2.6 of Stein and Weiss, Introduction to Fourier analysis on Euclidean spaces.)

theorem SchwartzMap.tsum_eq_tsum_fourierIntegral (f : ) (g : ) (hfg : ) :
∑' (n : ), f n = ∑' (n : ), g n

Poisson's summation formula for Schwartz functions.