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Fou·ri·er

(fūr-ē-ā'),
J.B.J., French mathematician and administrator, 1768-1830. See: Fourier analysis, Fourier transform, Fourier transfer.
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Figure 11 contains the room temperature plots at various Fourier numbers.
It is thus necessary to take special care to clearly identify the Fourier transform variable used as it impacts the R.
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From this Fourier Series decomposition, it is possible to define flicker in terms of low frequency signal components that may be of health risk concern.
One way to measure the discrimination of "twin" type samples is the Fourier correlation analysis.
As for the Fourier series, we rely on an orthogonality principle, but this time replacing the integral by a sum.
Fourier descriptors describe the shape in terms of its spatial frequency content.
The 18th Century mathematician Joseph Fourier created techniques which produce greater accuracy in the prediction of pattern.
Odense, Denmark 4/28/08; Palo Alto, CA 4/28/08 -- Proxeon A/S has entered into an OEM agreement to provide its nanoscale Easy-nLC system to Varian for interface with Varian's 920-MS Fourier Transform triple quadrupole MS.