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Discrete Harmonic Functions and Dirichlet's Relaxation Method
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One-Sided Fourier Transform: Application to Linear Absorption and Emission Spectra
Sine Wave Generation Using an Unstable IIR Filter
Visualizing the Poisson Kernel
Synthesis with Even and Odd Functions
First and Second Derivatives of a Periodic Function Using Discrete Fourier Transforms
Fourier Power Spectrum as a Measure of Line Jaggedness
Dynamic Analysis of a Second-Order System with Harmonic Loading
Recovering the Fourier Coefficients
Vibration Patterns of a Bell
Schrödinger Representations in Function Theory
Pulse Fourier Approximation
Heat Transfer along a Rod
Complex Mapping of Contours and Regions
Amplitude and Phase in 2D Fourier Transforms
From Continuous- to Discrete-Time Fourier Transform by Sampling Method
XFT: An Improved Fast Fourier Transform
XFT2D: A 2D Fast Fourier Transform
Fourier Coefficients of a Square Pulse
Orthonormality of Standing Waves
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