Postprint version. Published in Bulgarian Journal of Physics, Volume 12, Issue 5, January 1, 1985, pages 465-479.
Copyright © 1985 Heron Press Limited.
NOTE: At the time of publication, the author Todor D. Todorov was not yet affiliated with Cal Poly.
Several products like δn(x), δ(x)ϴ(x), δ(m)(x). X-n, ϴ(x). X-n, etc., where δ(x), ϴ(x), X-n, etc., are kernels of the corresponding Schwartz distributions, are studied in the framework of the class of the asymptotic functions F0 introduced in a previous paper . In some particular cases many formulae are derived and several examples are presented. The work is of mathematical type but its motivations lie in some problems in quantum theory. It is closely connected with a series of previous works [1 - 11] and first of all with .