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## Re: Problem with fourier transform

**From**: |
Antonio L. |

**Subject**: |
Re: Problem with fourier transform |

**Date**: |
Wed, 5 May 2004 13:38:12 -0500 |

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>* I'm not sure I understand why you don't want to use the inverse*
>* transform rather than writing out the Fourier series summation*
>* explicitly. Seems like you could get what you want by using ifft()*
>* like this:*
The reason is because I pretend to find a way of obtaining a smooth continuous
function out of a discrete one. Thus you could think in the continuous fourier
transform of the fourier transform of the discrete periodic original one. I
don't know if I've explained myselft.
Thanks, Antonio.
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