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Math Help - [SOLVED] Fourier with Affine Subspaces

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    [SOLVED] Fourier with Affine Subspaces

    Hi,
    I have an afffine subspace W that is in {0,1}^n, and a function f(w)=1 iff w is in W (otherwise it is zero). What I need to do is determine the Fourier transform of f.

    I have no clue of how to do this. Help will be happily welcomed.

    Thanks,
    Natalie
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    I think you should actually restate the problem in specific terms, because the way it is now, you are integrating on a set of measure zero, so you get ...zero
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