Discrete Variable Transforms
The models and methods of analysis discussed in previous chapters deal largely with problems in which the independent variable takes continuous values. The Fourier and Laplace transforms are specifically designed for application to functions of a real valued variable.
KeywordsDifference Equation Discrete Fourier Transform Discrete Variable Convolution Theorem Fast Fourier Transform Algorithm
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