Fourier transform

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Named after Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier, its inventor.

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Fourier transform (plural Fourier transforms)

  1. (analysis) a transform, applied to a function, used to determine the function's frequency composition (temporal, spatial or otherwise); it has many scientific and industrial applications, especially in signal processing.

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