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Some Introductory Exercises in the Manipulation of Fourier Transforms

Year of Award: 1944

Award: Chauvenet Prize

Publication Information: The National Mathematics Magazine, vol. 15 (1941), pp. 331-356

Summary: The author provides a general idea of the way a Fourier transform ordinarily behaves when suitably restricted. What manipulations can be done and what problems can be solved with Fourier transforms.

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About the Author: (from The National Mathematics Magazine, vol. 15 (1941)) R.H. Cameron was at Massachusetts Institute of Technology at the time of publication.

 

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The author provides a general idea of the way a Fourier transform ordinarily behaves when suitably restricted. What manipulations can be done and what problems can be solved with Fourier transforms.

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