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ok , my bad , here is the post again ..
i was trying to come with an easier way of finding the Hilbert transform of a function , and here is what i did :
starting with Fourier transform of x :
where the contour encloses t .
"this is done by cauchy's integral formula"
is the Hilbert transform of x .
"z is replaced with s for conventional reasons"
now the program is to relate the last integral to the inverse laplace (or fourier !!) transform of , by choosing the suitable contour(s) , and here is where i'm stuck !! so any help is appreciated .
1. You know that where * denotes the convolution operator, right?
2. where sgn is the signum function (see PlanetMath: signum function).
3. From the multiplication to convolution theorem: .
4. Therefore: .