The Fourier Transforms and Its Applications

Course Description

These are the complete lectures by Professor Brad Osgood for the Electrical Engineering course, The Fourier Transforms and its Applications (EE 261). The Fourier transform is a tool for solving physical problems. In this course the emphasis is on relating the theoretical principles to solving practical engineering and science problems.

Tags: Math, Math Calculus

The Fourier Transforms and Its Applications

Prof. Brad Osgood in lecture 6: "Fourier Transforms".
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Overview (52:07) Play Video
2 Analyzing General Periodic Phenomenon (52:57) Play Video
3 Analysis of Periodic Phenomena (50:46) Play Video
4 Heat Flow (52:07) Play Video
5 Periodic Phenomena to Non Periodic Phenomena (52:01) Play Video
6 Fourier Transforms (47:52) Play Video
7 Fourier Properties and Transforms (47:49) Play Video
8 Fourier Combinations and Functions (50:37) Play Video
9 Convolution (54:23) Play Video
10 Central Limit Theorem (54:58) Play Video
11 Confronting the Convergence of Intervals (50:56) Play Video
12 Fourier Functions (52:56) Play Video
13 Fourier Transforms of a General Distribution (49:25) Play Video
14 Fourier Distributions (54:00) Play Video
15 Properties of Deltas (52:09) Play Video
16 Fourier Transforms and Its Applications (49:43) Play Video
17 Interpolation (41:13) Play Video
18 Phenomena associated with Interpolation (51:09) Play Video
19 Aliasing (52:06) Play Video
20 Discrete Fourier Transform (52:53) Play Video
21 Properties of Discrete Fourier transforms (52:59) Play Video
22 Fast Fourier Transform Algorithm (51:16) Play Video
23 Linear time and variance Systems (51:04) Play Video
24 Linear Systems (57:05) Play Video
25 Lecture 25: Fourier Transforms and its Applications (53:17) Play Video
26 Linear time-invariant System Theory (53:17) Play Video
27 Higher Dimensions (49:57) Play Video
28 Higher Dimensional Fourier Transforms (49:07) Play Video
29 Stretch Theorem (50:06) Play Video
30 Tomography (47:09) Play Video


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