Lecture 7: Review Of Fourier Transform (And Inverse) Definitions

author: Brad G. Osgood, Computer Science Department, Stanford University
published: May 21, 2010,   recorded: September 2007,   views: 4950
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So, again, f of t is a signal and the Fourier Transform or function, same thing, the Fourier Transform, I use this notation. I want to comment about that, again, in just a second. Integral from my infinity – infinity of either the -2p I ST, F of T, VT and the inverse Fourier Transform looks very similar except for a change in sign in the exponential. So the inverse Fourier Transform of – I use a different function, although it doesn’t matter. We’re gonna go from -8 to 8 of either the +2p I ST, G of S, DS, okay? ...

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