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Can the differentiating and squaring process in the cochlea explain a reported dichotic stimulation experiment?

On this math.stackexchange on url What is Octave Equivalence? in an answer on the related ( octave equivalence ) question is stated: Mathematically, this signifies that the mammalian cochlea ...
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Should I get the absolute value of the result of the inverse discrete fourier transform?

The result of equation 36 can be positive and negative.And if I don't get the absolute value of it,the ocean surface tend to be very regular.But according to the paper,the author never get the ...
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Complex results in inverse Fourier transform for simulating ocean water

I don't understand the equation37 in simulate ocean water by Jerry Tessendorf.The result is all complex number, how to be the slope.Even if I compute the magnitude of it,the result is just positive ...
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How to know if the Fourier Transform is surjective

I am studing if I could modell a function using LUTs (ROMs) for a electronic digital design. I have two functions, a FFT and other function, S. S function system recive as input the output of the FFT ...