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Conjugate Variables and Fourier Transforms in Classical Physics
Let q be a generalized coordinate with a conjugate momentum p and a potential resulting in a periodic motion of q. What is the meaning of the Fourier transform of q(t) over its period? Can this be ...
Jan 2 '12 at 17:06
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