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Discrete fourier transform and convolution — scaling factor?

I am trying to convolve a square wave (a diffraction grating phgrating with slits size \[CapitalLambda]) with a point spread ...
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Convolution in Fourier domain

I am computing the convolution of a disk Img in 2D numerical matrix form with a kernel Ker in the Fourier domain but the output ...
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Discrete convolution power

In my previous question we have discussed the posibility of various definition of convolution of power function within Mathematica. Now the question is "How to define convolution power in Mathematica ?...
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Deconvolution using Fourier transforms

I have a 2D signal in the form of a function $g(x_m,y_m)$ given as  \begin{aligned} g(x_m,y_m) = \ & \int^{\infty}_{-\infty} \mathrm{d}x_o \ \mathrm{d}y_o \ \frac{1}{\varepsilon^2} P(x_o - x_m,...
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Use List convolve for aligning images

I am trying to align images of point spread functions using a convolution. Before doing it on real data, I wanted to try on simulated data. I have no problem with the 1-D case where I create 2 ...
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normalization of convolution product when using Fourier transform

I'm trying to calculate the convolution of two probability density functions (PDFs) defined on the real axis: a normal distribution (with \[Sigma] > 0 and ...
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single slit diffraction numerical simulation

I'm trying to simulate the Fraunhoffer diffraction at slits(single,double,triple) with Mathematica. In the picture, the red one is analytical result and the green one is numerical result. The ...
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InverseFourierTransform very slow

I determined a distribution dist = SmoothKernelDistribution[ListOfValues];. Then I determined the FT of the PDF, which is the ...
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Analytical Fourier Transforms with convolution rule [closed]

The task is the following, how to extend Mathematica's FourierTransform command in order to be able to analytically deal with non-linear differential equations. To do so it should be able to deal with ...