ENGS 92: Fourier Transforms and Complex Variables

Offered

13F, 14F: 2

Prerequisites

MATH 46 or ENGS 22 and ENGS 23 or the equivalent

Dist

QDS

Instructors

Testorf

Textbooks

Fall 2013: None

Identical to PHYS 70

Can be used to satisfy graduate degree requirements

Survey of a number of mathematical methods of importance in engineering and physics with particular emphasis on the Fourier transform as a tool for modeling and analysis. Orthogonal function expansions, Fourier series, discrete and continuous Fourier transforms, generalized functions and sampling theory, complex functions and complex integration, Laplace, Z, and Hilbert transforms. Computational Fourier analysis, applications to linear systems, waves, and signal processing.