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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Lecture 3: Fourier Transform Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier transform and inverse Fourier transform direct inverse

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics from the number domain to the frequency domain Fourier transform and inverse Fourier transform direct inverse

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier transform and inverse Fourier transform from the frequency domain to the number domain direct inverse

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier series in the interval [ 0, Τ ] Fourier transform in the interval (- ,+ ) inverse direct

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics From Fourier series to Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics From Fourier series to Fourier transform Change of notation

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics From Fourier series to Fourier transform Change of notation

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics From Fourier series to Fourier transform Change of notation

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics From Fourier series to Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics From Fourier series to Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics From Fourier series to Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics From Fourier series to Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics inverse direct From Fourier series to Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier series in a continuously increasing interval Τ ∞

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier series in a continuously increasing interval Τ ∞

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier series in a continuously increasing interval Τ ∞

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier series in a continuously increasing interval Τ ∞

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier series in a continuously increasing interval Τ ∞

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics 3 Fourier series in a continuously increasing interval Τ ∞

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier series in a continuously increasing interval Τ ∞

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics The Fourier series expansion of a function in a continuously larger interval Τ, provides coefficients for continuously denser frequencies ω k. As the length of the interval Τ tends to infinity, the frequencies ω k tend to cover more and more from the set of the real values frequencies ( ) For an infinite interval Τ, i.e. for ( t ) the total real set of frequencies ( ) is required and from the Fourier series expansion we pass to the inverse Fourier transform discrete frequencies ω k wit step Δω = 2π / Τ continuous frequencies - all possible values ( ) Fourier series in a continuously increasing interval Τ ∞

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier transform of a complex function

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier transform of a complex function

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier transform of a complex function

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier transform of a complex function

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier transform of a complex function

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics complex form real form Fourier transform of a complex function

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Notation Usual (mathematically incorect) notation directinverse Fourier transform of a complex function

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier transform of a real function Complex function:

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Real function: Fourier transform of a real function Complex function:

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Real function: Fourier transform of a real function Complex function:

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics cosine transform sine transform Real function: Fourier transform of a real function Complex function:

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics cosine transform sine transform Real function: Fourier transform of a real function Complex function:

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics even function odd function Fourier transform of a real function

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Fourier transform in polar form |F(ω)||F(ω)|

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics amplitude spectrum phase spectrum polar form: Fourier transform in polar form

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics even function odd function evenodd amplitude spectrum phase spectrum Fourier transform in polar form

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Linearity Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Linearity Symmetry Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Linearity Symmetry Time translation Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Linearity Symmetry Time translation Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Linearity Symmetry Time translation Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Properties of the Fourier transform Phase translation

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Phase translation Modulation theorem Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Modulation theorem Proof: Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Modulation theorem Proof: Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Modulation theorem Proof: Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Modulation theorem Proof: Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Modulation theorem Proof: Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Modulation theorem Proof: Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Modulation theorem Proof: Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Modulation theorem signal carrier frequency Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Modulation theorem signal modulated signal carrier frequency Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics (amplitude) spectrum of signal (amplitude) spectrum of modulated signal Properties of the Fourier transform Modulation theorem

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics (amplitude) spectrum of signal (amplitude) spectrum of modulated signal Properties of the Fourier transform Modulation theorem

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics (amplitude) spectrum of signal (amplitude) spectrum of modulated signal Properties of the Fourier transform Modulation theorem

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics (amplitude) spectrum of signal (amplitude) spectrum of modulated signal Properties of the Fourier transform Modulation theorem

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Change of time scale: Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Change of time scale: Differentiation theorem with respect to time: Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Change of time scale: Differentiation theorem with respect to time: Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Change of time scale: Differentiation theorem with respect to time: Differentiation theorem with respect to frequency: Properties of the Fourier transform

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics The Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics area =1 The Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics area =1 The Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics area =1 The Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics area =1 The Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics The Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics = average value of φ in the interval The Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics = average value of φ in the interval The Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics The Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics 1 The Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics 1 The Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Heaviside step functionDirac delta function 1 1 The Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Properties of the Fourier transform involving the Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Properties of the Fourier transform involving the Dirac delta function δ(t)

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution definition: notation:

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution definition: notation:

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution property: definition: notation:

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Mathematical mapping: Convolution

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Mathematical mapping: The value g(t) of the function g for a particular t follows by multiplying each value f(s) of the function f with a factor (weight) h(t-s) which depends on the “distance” t-s between the particular t and the varying s (-∞<s<+∞ ). Convolution

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Mathematical mapping: The value g(t) of the function g for a particular t follows by multiplying each value f(s) of the function f with a factor (weight) h(t-s) which depends on the “distance” t-s between the particular t and the varying s (-∞<s<+∞ ). Thus every value g(t) of the function g is a “weighted mean” of the function f(s) with weights h(t-s) determined by the function h(t). Convolution

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics area Convolution

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution area

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution - Example area

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution - Example

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution - Example

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution - Example

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution - Example

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution - Example

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution - Example

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution - Example

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution - Example

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution - Example

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution properties

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Convolution properties

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics The convolution theorem Convolution is replaced by a simple multiplication in the frequency domain !

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics The convolution theorem Proof:

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Proof: The convolution theorem

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Proof: The convolution theorem

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Proof: The convolution theorem

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Proof: The convolution theorem

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Proof: The convolution theorem

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics CONVOLUTION THEOREM for frequencies

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics CONVOLUTION THEOREM for frequencies

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics PARSEVAL THEOREM

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Similar relation for Fourier series PARSEVAL THEOREM

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics Comparison with Similar relation for Fourier series PARSEVAL THEOREM

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Aristotle University of Thessaloniki – Department of Geodesy and Surveying A. DermanisSignals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics A. Dermanis Signals and Spectral Methods in Geoinformatics END

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