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comment Why wavelets based transmitter/receiver digital signal processing aren't common?
Wavelets are commonly used in noise removal and data compression for subsurface imaging. But you're right that Fourier analysis is more common, due to the additional property that $\partial_{t}^{2} \mapsto -\omega^{2}$ under the Fourier transform. So it both makes PDEs simpler, and it can remove noise via filtering.
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May
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comment Test for normability of a metric on a Banach space
Sorry, what do you mean by normable?
May
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comment Are my results realistic or is there an error somewhere?
It is physically meaningful, and a known environmental issue. It is the reason why the US Navy and geophysical exploration companies have been accused of making marine mammals going deaf. This behavior cause the wave to propagate essentially in 2D and reduces the decay by an order. So sounds are loud in the channel miles away.
May
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comment Are my results realistic or is there an error somewhere?
This sort of behaviour is common for sound waves under water. Read about the SOFAR channel:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SOFAR_channel
May
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comment Tools for learning Finite Element Method
Check out mooseframework.org for how to do some finite elements; you won't have to learn to code.
May
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comment Tools for learning Finite Element Method
Spectral methods do not converge quickly in the presence of discontinuities. In Mech E, there generally are.
Apr
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comment 3D Fourier Transform - Angle between $\mathbf{k}$ and $\mathbf{r}$
$\mathbf{a}\cdot \mathbf{b} = |a||b|\cos(\theta)$?
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accepted Evaluation of Painful Integral:
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revised Evaluation of Painful Integral:
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asked Evaluation of Painful Integral:
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comment Show that bilinear form is $H^1(0,l)$-elliptic/coercive
@riem: Whoops! You're completely right. I'll try to patch this up in a few days.
Mar
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comment Show that bilinear form is $H^1(0,l)$-elliptic/coercive
Poincare's inequality seem just fine to me.
Mar
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revised Show that bilinear form is $H^1(0,l)$-elliptic/coercive
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answered Show that bilinear form is $H^1(0,l)$-elliptic/coercive
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revised functional equations.. I need hints for this problem
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answered functional equations.. I need hints for this problem
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reviewed Approve taking the diagonal limit
Feb
22
comment Finite and infinite speed of propagation for wave and heat equation
terrytao.wordpress.com/2014/11/05/discretised-wave-equations
Feb
22
comment Exponential decay estimate
@StephenMontgomery-Smith: Bah, you're right! Looks like it's staying though. . .