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Fourier Transforms?

  • To: mathgroup
  • Subject: Fourier Transforms?
  • From: skankman at ux1.lbl.gov
  • Date: Mon, 20 Mar 89 14:48:56 CST

I would be very interested in a symbolic fourier and inverse
fourier transform package.  Such a package is strangely absent from
the Sun Mathematica version to which I have access. Nor could I find 
one on the Mac.  

David Schurig
Lawrence Berkeley Lab   Bldg 70-157
1 Cyclotron Rd.
Berkeley, CA 94720

skankman at ux1.lbl.gov


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