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Topic: Dirac(m,n).... what is it?
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michael kennan

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Dirac(m,n).... what is it?
Posted: Nov 12, 1996 1:50 PM
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I am doing Fourier transforms, and every once in awhile I get a Dirac delta
function out of it. In the case of Dirac(w), I know that the value is 0
unless w=0, in which case it is infinite. What does the notation Dirac(m,n)
stand for? It could be like the Kronecker delta, where it is zero unless m=n,
but I am not sure...





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