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Topic: derivative of discrete fourier transform interpolation
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Rusty

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Re: derivative of discrete fourier transform interpolation
Posted: Sep 30, 2005 4:30 AM
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Correction^2

> x(s)= (1/N)*sum {n=0...(N/2)} X(n)*exp(2i*pi*n*s/N) + (1/N)*sum
> {n=1...(N/2)-1} X(N-n)*exp(-2i*pi*n*s/N)






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