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fast Fourier transform

An MRI term for a very fast and efficient computational method of performing a Fourier transform—the mathematical process by which raw data is processed into a usable image.
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Dogs that have undergone FFT do not merely retrieve; they fetch birds with speed and deliver them with style.
But she emphasized that the current study had not been designed to measure the efficacy of FFT in this setting.
FFT targets youths ages 10 to 18 who exhibit early and persistent anti-social behavior or violence, or suffer from alcohol or substance abuse issues, (4) The focus of this therapy is on the family dynamics between the youth and his or her adult caregivers.
FFT computation is performed 2 times per audio channel on GPU device to achieve better performance.
A hypothesis forwarded by the study was that sporadic reproductive successes related to FFT of plants of varying size are strong enough to select for variable flowering phenology in B.
At 24, this very engaging boy, who had a strong personality and an independent character, was universally appreciated by all the French players and on the international circuit," read an FFT statement.
Mechtronix Systems Inc (MSI), a provider of flight training equipment, announced on Monday that its advanced full flight trainer, the FFT X, has successfully qualified for JAR FSTD A FTD Level 2A and FNPT II MCC, having been evaluated by the UK CAA (Civil Aviation Authority).
The FFT has learnt of the positive test of Richard Gasquet at the Miami tournament, although no official notification has been made," said an FFT statement.
As for now, the FFT does not wish to make further comments because it is up to the anti-doping authorities, within the International Tennis Federation (ITF), to assess such a case.
FFT has supplied cabin air filter products to BMW since 1991 for the 3 Series, 5 Series and 7 Series vehicles.
FFT made up over 99% of the population with a fall and spring population peak of 5 thrips per bloom.