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Can the Kramers–Kronig relation be used to correct transfer function measurements?
In experimental physics, we often make measurements of linear transfer functions; these are complex-valued functions of frequency. If the underlying system is causal, then the transfer function must ...
Mar 10 '11 at 20:46
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