Application V — Computation Evaluation of Frequency Spectra by Digital Methods
The aim of this chapter is to present a simplified account of the two most common methods of digital spectral analysis. It is of necessity short and omits a great deal of important detail, but a comprehensive bibliography is given which will cover all aspects of the computational techniques.
KeywordsCorrelation Function Fast Fourier Transform Discrete Fourier Transform Fast Fourier Transform Algorithm Digital Method
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