Kiril Kirov
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 Apr20 awarded Popular Question Feb3 awarded Tumbleweed Jan30 awarded Promoter Sep21 awarded Custodian Jul6 accepted How many Fourier coefficients are enough ( in discrete fourier transform) Jul6 comment How many Fourier coefficients are enough ( in discrete fourier transform) Yes, they are real. Thanks a lot! +1 and accepted :) Jul6 comment How many Fourier coefficients are enough ( in discrete fourier transform) Thanks, I think I got it. Please, correct me if I'm wrong: so, if I have a sequence of N points ( N complex numbres) $\{ (x_1,y_1), (x_2,y_2) \cdots\}$ , to be able to reconstruct (synthesize) the signal from its Fourier coefficients, I need N coefficients, right? Jul6 awarded Scholar Jul6 accepted Interpretation of the Fourier coefficients? Jul6 comment Interpretation of the Fourier coefficients? Ha, this is interesting, I didn't know, that $\{ (x_1,y_1), (x_2,y_2) \cdots\}$ could be "random" points in the (x, y) plane. Thanks for the example with Fourier descriptors, this is really interesting :) +1 and accepted. By the way, I'd be happy to see some more examples. Thanks! Jul5 comment Interpretation of the Fourier coefficients? @leonbloy - Just out of curiosity. Jul5 reviewed Approve Interpretation of the Fourier coefficients? Jul5 asked Interpretation of the Fourier coefficients? Jul5 asked How many Fourier coefficients are enough ( in discrete fourier transform) Jun7 comment Convex hull for convex polygons How about cgm.cs.mcgill.ca/~orm/mergech.html ? (: Jun6 awarded Cleanup Jun6 awarded Editor Jun6 awarded Student Jun6 revised Convex hull for convex polygons edited title Jun6 revised Convex hull for convex polygons rolled back to a previous revision