Fourier Methods in Probability
There is probably no aspect of probability theory that is easier to learn than its Fourier aspect. All of the linear theory [4.1] involving convolutions, Dirac delta functions, transfer theorems, and even sampling theorems has its counterparts in probability theory.
KeywordsCharacteristic Function Central Limit Theorem Point Spread Function Normal Curve Atmospheric Turbulence
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