The fractional fourier transform
2001 European Control Conference, ECC 2001
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
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A brief introduction to the fractional Fourier transform and its properties is given. Its relation to phase-space representations (time- or space-frequency representations) and the concept of fractional Fourier domains are discussed. An overview of applications which have so far received interest are given and some potential application areas remaining to be explored are noted. © 2001 EUCA.
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