basic_tools:fourier_transform

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Moreover, the Fourier transform is essential in [[theories:quantum_field_theory:canonical|Quantum Field Theory]], where we usually expand any given field configuration in terms of it's Fourier modes and then start analyzing it. | Moreover, the Fourier transform is essential in [[theories:quantum_field_theory:canonical|Quantum Field Theory]], where we usually expand any given field configuration in terms of it's Fourier modes and then start analyzing it. | ||

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+ | <blockquote>One can Fourier transform anything—often meaningfully. | ||

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+ | <cite>John Tukey</cite></blockquote> | ||

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