Fourier Analysis with Donny Lee

Course Description

In this course, GMath Instructor Donny Lee gives 17 video lessons on Fourier Analysis. Some of the topics covered are: Convergence Theorem, Contrasting Power, Fourier Cosine Series, Fourier Sine Series, Periodic Functions, Phase Angle form of a Function, and many more.

Fourier Analysis with Donny Lee
GMath Instructor Donny Lee in Lesson 2: Fourier Series of a 'Broken' Function.
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Displaying 5 comments:

teoakinyele wrote 7 years ago.
Ilike the speed of the video.

I looked for many videos on fourier series and they were
all too slow.

I prefer too fast over too slow any day.


mikey wrote 8 years ago.
What a nightmare of a teacher. Get off your ego trip and
imagine that you are trying to actually communicate ideas
instead of making yourself look smart . Someone with your
poor command of English pronunciation should speak slowly.
Be considerate of your audience!


mikey wrote 8 years ago.
What a nightmare of a teacher. Get off your ego trip and
imagine that you are trying to actually communicate ideas
instead of making yourself look smart . Someone with your
poor command of English pronunciation should speak slowly.
Be considerate of your audience!


EDUARDO wrote 8 years ago.
Excellent, but you should talk a little slower. Than

croatia wrote 8 years ago.
there is no more Yugoslavia :D, but great video !!!

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