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Operations and functions that Fourier-transform into each other. See Figures [[Dictionary:Fig_F-19|F-19]], [[Dictionary:Fig_F-20|F-20]], and [[Dictionary:Fig_F-22|F-22]]. Fourier pairs can be generalized into more dimensions, such as illustrated in Figure [[Dictionary:Fig_F-21|F-21]] (where the domains might be offset-time versus frequency-wavenumber (''f''-''k'' space).
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Operations and functions that Fourier-transform into each other. See Figures [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_F-19|F-19]], [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_F-20|F-20]], and [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_F-22|F-22]]. Fourier pairs can be generalized into more dimensions, such as illustrated in Figure [[Special:MyLanguage/Dictionary:Fig_F-21|F-21]] (where the domains might be offset-time versus frequency-wavenumber (''f''-''k'' space).
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Operations and functions that Fourier-transform into each other. See Figures F-19, F-20, and F-22. Fourier pairs can be generalized into more dimensions, such as illustrated in Figure F-21 (where the domains might be offset-time versus frequency-wavenumber (f-k space).