From: John Maddock (john_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-03-24 12:31:38
Barco You wrote:
> I'm a student of HUST in China, named Barco You.
> I think we should have a general integral (or accumulative for
> discrete problem) transformation library,
> just as we have Matrix with relevant algorithms which could be
> dedicated to applications.
> My idea is that we should construct a general transformation model
> continuous and discrete,
> and the model can be instantiated for varieties of transform kernel.
> The transform kernel can be for:
> Fourier Transform (continuous and discrete)
> Windowed Fourier Transform
> Laplace Transform
> Wavelet Transform
> Gaussian Transform
> Z Transform
> For doing the transforms we surely need some special functions, so a
> special function library should
> also be included.
> Feedback, suggestion and critique are appreciated.
I'm not overly familiar with transforms, but what special functions would
you need other than those already here:
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