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Notes on Harmonic Analysis by George Benthien

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Notes on Harmonic Analysis
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Number of pages: 74

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Tutorial discussing some of the numerical aspects of practical harmonic analysis. Topics include Historical Background, Fourier Series and Integral Approximations, Convergence Improvement, Differentiation of Fourier Series and Sigma Factors, Chebyshev Polynomial Approximations, The Tau Method, Fast Fourier Transforms, and Fast Sine or Cosine Transforms.

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