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33) Since c(t) is almost periodic for every E >0, it follows from (33) that arg f(t)— ct also is almost periodic. By denoting it by 0(t) we obtain the representation (26). The number c belongs to the module of WO (for E

11+ iiir÷21+ • +IPin 10 0, then a pt. (— in ! +•••+ ! + • • • + — 0,7) = O. m! (26) 30 Harmonic analysis whose Fourier exponents An E B. Let mo and ro be chosen so that for n = 1, 2, . , Ar 0 Pk 19 An = E Pk,n k=1 (27) MOI and I Pk,n1 (MO; it is not difficult to see that such a choice is possible. For m max (mo, ro), from the representation (26) we obtain ptn(t; QN) . 11--(moo2 v,0 1 xa (m0 2 ) (1 IProl (m (m 0 1)2 Iii +••• m0. Pro Pr ; QN) exp [i mo! ° P1 mo! Pro p i + • • • +— pr ) /no! (t; QN) = QN (t) (28) m-oC0 uniformly.

Then we have uniformly in a 1 — jf(nt a - en) dt = (1) ö. el, n 31 Ynt p a A proof of the Kronecker-Weyl theorem is given in Levitan's book lim [76]. § 2. Theorems 1 and 2 are due to Bohr. The deep theorem that = Eg is a necessary and sufficient condition for the coincidence of f- and g-normal and f- and g-increasing sequences belongs to Favard [106]. § 3. The main ideas and results in § 3 (for the case of numerical almost periodic functions) are due to Bohr ([17], Part II). The original proofs of Bohr are far more involved than those given here, since in his development the connection between almost periodic functions and limit-periodic functions was established before the proof of the approximation theorem, and served mainly for the proof of the latter.

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