how can I find the 2D FT for this problem

μ(x, y) =1/a exp(− pi x^2a^2 )1/b exp(− pi y^2b^2 )

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- Dec 1st 2007, 06:38 AMlavian2D Fourier transform
how can I find the 2D FT for this problem

μ(x, y) =1/a exp(− pi x^2a^2 )1/b exp(− pi y^2b^2 )

- Dec 1st 2007, 08:05 AMCaptainBlack
- Dec 1st 2007, 09:55 AMlavian
thanks CaptainBlack

but I am stil confused

Do you mean I should find the FT of μ(x) and FT of μ(y) and then multiply them together

I do not know from where you get the variable "u". - Dec 1st 2007, 02:25 PMCaptainBlack
$\displaystyle u$ and $\displaystyle v$ are the two special frequency variables coresponding to the $\displaystyle x$ and $\displaystyle y$ variables.

I don't know what you thing $\displaystyle \mu(x)$ and $\displaystyle \mu(y)$ mean $\displaystyle \mu$ is a function of

two variables.

RonL