Questions on the discrete and continuous Fourier analysis functions of Mathematica, as well as the FourierSeries` package.

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Proving (self) similarity with Mathematica - Reccurrence Plots, Similarity Plots etc

I posted this question in math.se but given the sheer tumultuous number of questions that keep appearing on math.se and also given that I am trying to accomplish this in Mathematica, I thought I'd ...
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Possible bug with FourierTransform linearity

Each component is easily transformed but the sum is not: FourierTransform[f''[x], x, k] FourierTransform[f'[x], x, k] ...
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Fourier transform over a custom dimension

I have a multidimensional array A. Fourier[A] finds the discrete Fourier transform over all dimensions. How to find discrete ...
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The same analytical expression gets inconsistent FourierTransform results

I have an expression which is just a linear combination of plane waves, and I'd like to calculate FT of it. I know what I will get should be a bunch of delta functions, but it turns out Mathematica ...
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How to do Fast Fourier transform (FFT) for singular functions?

I want to do a 3-dimensional FFT on this function $\frac{\cos (x) \cos (y) \cos (z)-\sin (x) \sin (y) \sin (z)}{\left((1.0001+\sin (y)+\cos (z))^2+(0.0001+\cos (x)+\sin (z))^2+(0.0001+\sin (x)+\cos ...
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What are good/best practices to take the Fourier transform of an InterpolatingFunction?

I have a function which I have obtained from numerical integration of a differential equation, and I would like to take its Fourier transform. What are good practices for doing this? To make things ...
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Fourier transformation of HeavisideTheta functions

I want to find 2D-Fourier transformation of the function given below f = HeavisideTheta[y1]*HeavisideTheta[y2 - y1] For the purpose, I use built-in function in ...
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Why does setting $Assumptions make my Fourier transforms slow?

Consider these Fourier transforms ...
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Is it the right output for Fourier?

I am learning Fourier Series at university so I wanted to do something with Mathematica to calculate frequency spectrum and harmonics of whatever function I create. This is what I have until now after ...
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calling CUDA library functions

Mathematica has some predefined CUDA functions, like CUDAMap, CUDAFourier, etc. My question is how can one call functions which are part of CUDA library but not part of predefined Mathematica ...
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Doing local FFT on huge 3D vector data cell mesh and visualizing it spatially?

Simulation type: I'm running a simulation with the OOMMF micromagnetics package http://math.nist.gov/oommf/ where are magnet is represented by a mesh of 3 million cells, it gets excited by a ...
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Discrete Fourier Normalization

I have a problem using the Fourier command applied to the square of an exponential function. I would like to compare the theoretical result (called ...
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Calculating the recursion at the Fourier domain

I would like to calculate the following recursion with mathematica $$f_n(x)=\int_{B}^{A}f_{n-1}(x-\omega)f(\omega)\mbox{d}\omega\quad\quad f_1(w):=f(w)$$ This is simply the convolution of $f$ with ...
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Discrete Fourier Transform and data manipulate

I solve a system od ODE and i save the discrete solution (i.e.: x,y,vx,vy, or a subset of it) in a file. Then i try to call the DFT on this file but the problem is that i must have also the time in ...
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Recognizing a generalized function as zero

Consider the following expression: HeavisideTheta[x]HeavisideTheta[-x] Mathematica will not simplify it further. But $\Theta(x)\Theta(-x)$ is zero if considered ...
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Cross-correlation in SDEs

Is it possible to derive a cross-correlation function between a stochastic variable and a state-variable in an SDE, such as for the simple model here, or better between two state variables in a two ...