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    Fourier transform for L2, L1 norm

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    I wonder where should I go to to look for topics on Fourier transform for L2, L1 norm?
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    Quote Originally Posted by niche View Post
    Hi

    I wonder where should I go to to look for topics on Fourier transform for L2, L1 norm?
    That is pretty vague, can you be more specific?

    Any way I am moving this to the analysis forum.

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    I was wondering when studying Fourier transform, why do people have to talk about L1 and L2 space? Does it matter? I mean I could just calculate the fourier transform using the formula.
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