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Application of fourier transform?
November 26, 2012 3:56PM
the main application of fourier transform is the changing a function from frequency domain to time domain, laplaxe transform is the general form of fourier transform .
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What is relation between laplace transform and fourier transform?
The Laplace transform is related to the Fourier transform, but whereas the Fourier transform expresses a function or signal as a series of modes ofvibration (frequencies), the Laplace transform resolves a function into its moments. Like the Fourier transform, the Laplace transform is used for solving differential and integral equations.
What is the difference between discrete fourier transform and fast fourier transform?
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What is the difference between the fourier laplace transform?
They are similar. In many problems, both methods can be used. You can view Fourier transform is the Laplace transform on the circle, that is |z|=1. When you do Fourier transform, you don't need to worry about the convergence region. However, you need to find the convergence region for each Laplace transform. The discrete version of Fourier transform is discrete Fourier transform, and the discrete version of Laplace transform is Z-transform.
What is the difference between Fourier transform and Laplace transform and z transform?
Fourier transform and Laplace transform are similar. Laplace transforms map a function to a new function on the complex plane, while Fourier maps a function to a new function on the real line. You can view Fourier as the Laplace transform on the circle, that is |z|=1. z transform is the discrete version of Laplace transform.
What is the difference between Fourier transform and Wavelet transform?
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What is the difference between fourier series and fourier transform with real life example please?
A Fourier series is a set of harmonics at frequencies f, 2f, 3f etc. that represents a repetitive function of time that has a period of 1/f. A Fourier transform is a continuous linear function. The spectrum of a signal is the Fourier transform of its waveform. The waveform and spectrum are a Fourier transform pair.
What is the difference between fourier series and discrete fourier transform?
What is the Fourier Transform?
How do you write a program of fast fourier transform in C programming?
How can a signal be decomposed into its individual frequencies?
Spectral analysis of a repetitive waveform into a harmonic series can be done by Fourier analyis. This idea is generalised in the Fourier transform which converts any function of time expressed as a into a transform function of frequency. The time function is generally real while the transform function, also known as a the spectrum, is generally complex. A function and its Fourier transform are known as a Fourier transform pair, and the original function is the inverse transform of the spectrum.
Difference between fourier series fourier transform discrete time fourier transform and DFT?
A Fourier series is a series of sine and cosine harmonics of a particular frequency. For example sinf+icosf + 3 sin2f+ 5icos2f... where the successive terms are multiples of the fundamental frequency f. It is typical ( but as far as I know not required) that complex numbers are used. A Fourier transform converts a time domain wave form (like a sound wave) into the coefficients of the corresponding Fourier series. A DFT is a digital approximation to a Fourier transform, usually using something like the Cooley-Tuckey Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) for efficiency. The underlying Fourier theorem is something like: Every bounded periodic continuous (needed to avoid Gibbs) function , or wave form, can be written as the sum of its Fourier series. i.e. It is a sum of sines and cosines In otherwords, you take a wave form in the time domain like a sound wave and break it into its components (various frequencies) by the Fourier Transform. The results of the Transform are the coefficients of the Fourier series. The wave form of a voice converted to components (and perhaps a little more) is a voiceprint.