The Fourier transform and its applications

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McGraw-Hill, 1965 - Mathematics - 381 pages
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Groundwork. Convolution. Notation for some useful functions. The impulse symbol. The basic theorems. Doing transforms. The two domains. Electrical waveforms, spectra, and filters. Sampling and series. The laplace transform. Relatives of the fourier transform. Antennas. Television image formation. Convolution in statistics. Noise waveforms. Heat conduction and diffusion. The discrete fourier transform. The discrete hartley transform. The fast hartley transform. Pictorial dictionary of fourier transforms. Supplementary problems. Tables.

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Transforms in the limit
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Ronald Bracewell (Stanford, CT) is the L.M. Terman Professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University.