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The Fourier Transform and its Applications

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The Fourier Transform and its Applications
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Publisher: Stanford University
Number of pages: 428

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This text is appropriate for students from across the engineering and science disciplines. Topics include: Periodicity and Fourier series; The Fourier transform and its basic properties; Convolution and its applications; Distributions and their Fourier transforms; Sampling and interpolation; Linear systems; The discrete Fourier transform; Higher dimensional Fourier transforms and applications.

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