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Topic: Best way to learn FFT, SH, wavelets etc
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5imon

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Best way to learn FFT, SH, wavelets etc
Posted: Dec 8, 2012 2:08 PM
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I would like to learn concepts such as FFT, spherical harmonics and wavelets in order to be a better engineer. I already know calculus and linear algebra well and I know a bit of statistics.

I was thinking of maybe reading a book about the basics of Fourier series and then read a more specialized FFT book.

I would appreciate any advice regarding my approach. Or any book recommendations?


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