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Catch the Waves to Calculus
Undergraduates with at least college algebra and trigonometry
A two-semester calculus sequence with undergraduate research projects in a wide variety of disciplines. The focus is on the mathematical foundation of the Fourier series, the Fourier and the inverse Fourier Transform, and the theoretical background of the Fast Fourier Transform.
Fourier series and Fourier and inverse Fourier Transforms are used in many higher-level mathematics, science and engineering classes, such as
The Fast Fourier Transform method is used in many areas of research and in industry:
In individual projects, the students conduct research on actual applications from their own area of studies. They are supervised jointly by the mathematics instructor and an instructor from the other discipline.
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