publication . Article . Other literature type . 2016

Properties of the distributional finite Fourier transform

Richard D. Carmichael;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2016 Journal: Glasnik Matematicki, volume 51, pages 431-445 (issn: 0017-095X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: University of Zagreb, Department of Mathematics
The analytic functions in tubes which obtain the distributional finite Fourier transform as boundary value are shown to have a strong boundedness property and to be recoverable as a Fourier-Laplace transform, a distributional finite Fourier transform, and as a Cauchy integral of a distribution associated with the boundary value.
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free text keywords: Analytic functions; distributions; finite Fourier transform; Cauchy integral, Fourier inversion theorem, Fourier transform, symbols.namesake, symbols, Short-time Fourier transform, Fourier transform on finite groups, Mathematical analysis, Discrete Fourier transform (general), Discrete Fourier transform, Fractional Fourier transform, Mathematics, Non-uniform discrete Fourier transform

F [φ(t); x] = Z h(z) = Z We now obtain (5). Let C′ ⊂ C, m > 0, and z = x + iy ∈ T (C′, m).

For the given C′ ⊂ C and m > 0 choose b > 0 such that 0 < b < m,

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