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Browsing College of Science by Subject "Fourier series"

Browsing College of Science by Subject "Fourier series"

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  • Ceperley, Peter (2009-02-15)
    This educational animation illustrates the step by step process of adding two functions at each position. The user can select from several functions.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2009-01-20)
    This animated seal portrays the essence of the common work my Isaac Newton and Joseph Fourier on the decomposition of waves into their sinusoidal components.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2009-02-26)
    An animation showing the effect of shifting the original function before taking a Fourier series expansion.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2009-01-15)
    Animation showing overall function of Fourier analysis.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2009-01-15)
    This animation shows the concept of a mathematical spectrum as related to Fourier series.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2009-03-29)
    This interactive table lets students see how good a Fourier series of limited number of term is at fitting a function. The student can choose among various repeating functions and view the fit for various numbers of terms used.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2009-03-30)
    This interactive table lets students see how good a Fourier series of limited number of terms is a fitting a function. The student can choose among various repeating functions and view the fit for various numbers of terms used.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2009-02-15)
    This instructional animation allows a student to experiment with the linear combinations of the sine and cosine functions, as the principle components of Fourier series.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2009-05-12)
    This animation demonstrates the checking of various functions for the several symmetry types useful in Fourier series. It also allows the student to see two different methods for checking these symmetries.
  • Ceperley, Peter (2009-05-22)

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