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Get vertex points of transformed rectangle knowing bounding box and transform matrices

(I'm not a mathematician so talk down to me). I have a rectangle that has been transformed by a series of matrix transforms. I can recover the transform matrices and get the x,y coordinates of each ...
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Finding the area between two curves using a set of transforms and their Jacobian

I have the following transforms: $\begin{align} x &= u^2 - v^2 \\ y &= 2uv \end{align}$ and am tasked with finding the area between the following curves: $\begin{align} x &= 4 - ...
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Negation with De Morgan’s law

I'm having a hard time getting my head around transformation proofs. There is one particular example demonstration in the material I'm studying which I can't make sense of From this ¬ (¬ (¬ p) ∨ ¬ ...
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What is known about the space of measure-preserving transformations?

I started reading about measure-preserving transformations, the ergodic theorems and mixing, but I was also wondering what is known about the space of measure-preserving transformations. The books ...
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Transforming an integral to a different domain

For a given $v(x)$ with $x\in[0,1]$, use the variable transformation $x=g(\eta)=\frac{1}{2}\eta+\frac{1}{2}$ to transform the integral $I=\int_0^1v(x)dx$ to an integral over $[-1,1]$. My doubts: ...
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Image under $T_j$ of the basis vectors $e_1$ and $e_2$.

![image]: http://imgur.com/ll5Au7B Part B in the above link. I understand how to find the image under $T_j$ but I dont understand how to Plot the image set $T(U)$ of the unit square $U=\{te_1 + ue_2 ...
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Calculate Rotation Matrix to align k n dimensional vectors

I have a $k$ number of $n$-dimensional vectors written with respect to two rotated frames: $X= \{\vec{x}_1,\vec{x}_2,...,\vec{x}_k\}$ and the same rotated vectors: $X'= ...
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Finding a Transformation for a Sum of Exponentials

I am looking to see if it is possible to find a transformation $T_i(f(x))$ such that $$T_1\left(e^x+e^{ix}+e^{-x}+e^{-ix}\right)=e^x-ie^{ix}-e^{-x}+ie^{-ix}$$ ...
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What is wavelet tranform in simple words?

I have read wiki and other sources and have still problem understanding the wavelet transform. What is the basic idea in simple words? Does the Fourier uncertainty hold for wavelet transform?
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Derivate formula for Radon-transformation

For the Radon-transformation $\mathcal{R}f(r,\omega)=\int_{\{x:x\cdot\omega=r\}}f(x)\mathrm{d}\sigma(x)$ with $r\in\mathbb{R},\omega\in\mathbb{S}^{n-1}$ I want to prove the following derivative ...
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Laplace transform of $\sin(\sqrt t)$

How can I use this differential equation $$4tf''(t) +2 f'(t) + a^2 f(t)=0$$ to show that $$L(\sin(\sqrt{t}))=\frac{1}{2}\sqrt{\pi}\,\frac{1}{s^{\frac{3}{2}}}\,e^{\frac{-1}{4s}}$$
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Abel transformation - sources

I'd like to study the Abel transformation, that is, $$Af(x) = \int\limits_x^\infty\frac{f(t)t}{\sqrt{t^2 - x^2}}\ \mathrm{dt},\quad x\in(0,\infty).$$ I'm especially interested in ...
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Area of Region using Transformation

Let R be the region bounded by the curves x = 0, y = sin(x)+1, y = sin(x), and y = 2 − x. Find the area of R. I need to use a transformation to find this, but I could not solve it using a ...
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A Deeper Understanding / Interpretation of Homographies

I currently understand that a homography matrix, which allows for a mapping between planes in 3-dimensions, is a $3\times3$ matrix of the following general form: $$\begin{bmatrix} \vert & \vert ...
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Zero Order Laguerre Transform of Sin(at)

Zero Order Laguerre Transform is given by $$L\{f(t)\}=\int_0^\infty e^{-t} L_n(t)f(t)dt $$ I've to prove ...
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Transform matrix into constant diagonal matrix (or hollow matrix)

Does there exist a (possibly unique) orthogonal transformation, $U$, which will create a hollow matrix (or matrix with constant diagonal entries) from an arbitrary symmetric matrix, $A$? ...
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Conformal transformation of an annulus

I am given two circles in the complex plane, one of radius a, the other of radius b such that $a<b$. Their centres are separated by a distance h such that $a+h<b$. I need a conformal ...
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what is a ordinally quadratic function?

A function is ordinal equivalent to another means there exist a (unique) monotonic transformation between wiki definition of ordinal utility. I am a little confused, a function is ordinally quadratic ...
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What kind of transformation matrix should i use?

I am trying perform inverse kinematics on a 6 jointed robot, but is having a hard time determining how my transformation matrix should look like. I am using a piece of software to which you feed an ...
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Map an ellipsoid to a sphere

If I have a ellipsoid described by: $(\boldsymbol{x} - c)^T \boldsymbol{A} (\boldsymbol{x} - c) = 1$ How do I get the transformation to an unit sphere centered at the origin? From the principal ...
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How to obtain the given “analytical” solution to the 4th order ODE?

The 4th order ODE is $$(D^2-k^2)^2f=0, \qquad (1)$$ where $f=f(y)$, $D\equiv\frac{d}{dy}$, and $k$ is a constant. It is subject to the boundary conditions $f(0)=f'(0)=f(1)=0$. A solution to (1) is ...
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How to skew a box to fit inside another under certain conditions

I guess my question is either fairly simple or impossible to solve. I have two boxes. One (I'll call child box) inside another (I'll call parent box). The parent box has width x and height y. The ...
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Find the matrix of ortogonal reflection

Let $e_1, e_2, e_3$ be an orthonormal basis for $R^3$ and consider the plane with equation $x_1 + 2x_2 - 2x_3 = 0$. Find the matrix of orthogonal reflection in that plane with respect to the given ...
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Partial Deviation of a Langrange-Function $L$?

$E$ is a transformation matrix which shall only do a rotation. Thus, $E^T * E = 1$. This requirement leads to an optimizing problem with a restriction which can be solved by Lagrange-optimization. To ...
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Applying rotation matrix on inclined plane

I want to rotate an inclined plane to a flat surface. I think I can use the Euler angles to perform this operation. Using following points (Matlab): ...
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How to calculate z transform of $x(n)=(n-1)(\frac{1}{2})^{n-2}u(n-2)$

Let $x(n)=(n-1)(\frac{1}{2})^{n-2}u(n-2)$, where $u(n-2)$ is shifted unit step function. How can I calculate z transform of this function? By definition, ...
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I'm looking for a rotation matrix for following transformation

I'm working with a 3D camera and I found out the formula to transform the camera measurements to real world coordinate system when you have a rotation around x and y (no z rotation). ...
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Using Fourier Transform to solve an ODE

Consider the differential equation $$f^{iv}+3f^{''}-f=g$$ I have read that taking the Fourier Transform of both sides gives ...
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Notation of the transformations in Linear Algebra

I am very confused with succinct notations of the transformations in Linear Algebra. When do we write each of the ways? What is the difference? In the lecture notes it says: T(x) = Ax = b in R^m, ...
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Get the four corners of a rectangle

I have a boundary given ($xMin$, $yMin$, $xMax$, $yMax$) and the two points of a reference line of a rectangle. The begin point is at $(x_b, y_b)$ and the end point is at $(x_e, y_e)$. This ...
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Apply homogeneous transform to line parameters

I have a 2D range scanner mounted on a robot. This scanner is tilted around its x and y axes (meaning its scanning plane is not horizontal) with some unknown small angles. I initialize those roll and ...
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Concatenating two Rotation-Matrices

I have two $2\mathrm{D}$-planes in $3\mathrm{D}$-space with orientation parameters expressed as rotation $R_1$ and translation $T_1$ and rotation $R_2$ and translation $T_2$ with respect to some ...
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Mobius transforms which map the region ¨ (C \ D(1, 1)) ∩ D(0, 2) into the strip {|Im z| < 1}.

So far I have thought about first having my transformation, $T$, map $i$ to $\infty$ so that I get two parallel lines. But then I am not sure where to proceed from there.
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Linear transformation commutes with derivation

Title pretty much says it all. Does anyone have an idea how to prove that? I think I have to show first that linear transformation commutes with limits, but I don't know how.
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Transforming $f$ into $|f(-x)|$ and $\frac{1}{f(x)}$

I apologize if this is extremely straightforward. So I've been given a drawn graph of $f$, and it is asking me to draw the transformed graph $|f(-x)|$ and $\frac{1}{f(x)}$. For $|f(-x)|$, I ...
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finding the standard matrix for the transformation.

So assuming u=(cos x, sin x), where x is theta of course, is the direction of a line through (0,0) in R^2. And T is the operator which reflects vectors about the line. Using T(e1) and T(e2), How would ...
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Laplace: exponential transformation!

What is the inverse transformation of exponential? L(e^(at)) <--> 1/(s-a) However, if I have to I have to do the inverse transform of e^(-s)?
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Transforming points between two polar coordinate systems

I have 2 dimensional points (r, theta) defined in a polar coordinate system A, and a second polar coordinate system B with a known homogeneous transform T transforming between A and B in a Cartesian ...
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Gaussian integration involving operators

I was just wondering if someone could explain the following series of equalities: The Gaussian integral may be evaluated using an orthogonal transformation $R$ to diagonalise the real symmetric ...
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finding the equation of a graph with 2 given characteristics

I need to find the equation for the graph of $y = x^2$ with the following characteristics 1. congruent to $4x^2 + 8$ 2. shares the same translations as $\frac{1}{3x - 9}$ I have attempted this ...
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Choose a Daubechies wavelet to approximate a polynomial function

Assume I have a polynomial function $s(x) = \sum\limits_{i=0}^d a_i x^i$, and $\boldsymbol{s}_{d}$ is a discretized sample from $s(x)$, i.e. $\boldsymbol{s}_{d}=(s(0), s(\Delta x), \ldots, ...
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Let $\hat{g}=f.$ Is $g$ continuous?

Let $f: \mathbb R \to \mathbb C$ such that there exists $g\in L^{1}(\mathbb R)$ with $\hat{g}=f.$ Then by Riemann-Lebesgue Lemma, we have $f$ is continuous and vanishing at infinity. My ...
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Translating a Plane

I am trying to understand plane equations but am finding it a bit confusing. My understanding of the plane equation says that for points that lie in the plane they will give an output of $0$ i.e. ...
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Transforming a square into a parallelogram

as an exercise I wanted to calculate the transformation matrix in order to make the square (ABCD) into the parallelogram (A'B'C'D'). I am able to get the matrix so that the square is first at the ...
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Order of affine transformations on matrix

I am trying to solve the following question: Apparently the correct answer to the question is (a) but I can't seem to figure out why that is the case. The only way I can seem to replicate the ...
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Transformation matrix from three points in 3-D space

I have three points in $3$-D space, say ${\bf p}_i, i=1,2,3$. A new co-ordinate system, $\{2\}$, is defined such that: The origin is located at the circumcentre, ${\bf p}_0$, of the triangle given ...
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Transformation matrix under a basis

I'm trying to find transformation matrix T under the basis {1, x, x^2} if \begin{align} T(a_0+a_1x+a_2x^2)=a_0-a_2x^2 \end{align} So \begin{align} T(1)=1; 1(1)+0(x)+0(x^2) \end{align} ...
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Prove polynomial transformation is linear

Suppose a polynomial transformation: How do I prove the "closed under addition" property of linearity? I am trying this: I try to expand the equation on the left hand side, but I don't get ...
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Same sample points but get the different result of Fourier transform

Fourier Transform formula:$G(f) = \int_{-\infty}^\infty g(t)e^{(-i2 \pi ft)}dt$ I want to transform the following two equations: $ cos(2\pi ...