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## August 16, 2005

### Thank You Dr. Fourier

Recently, I noticed that there don't seem to be any Free (as in GNU) Fourier/Laplace/Z tables. Wikipedia has Integral Tables and (Wikipedia also has Fourier Tables (which aren't particularity useful because they use different normalization constants than I need) but what I envision is even more than that. I'd like to see Free tables where you can select specific and specific types of entries and export to LaTeX, MathML, PDF, PS, or rasterize to PNG at a given size. This would be a great tool for students. Does any one know of any free tables or have any thoughts on this?

As a final thought: u(t)\overset \mathcal{F} \longleftrightarrow \frac{1}{{j\omega }} + \pi \delta (\omega )

(and that too far to long to set)

Posted by ajc30 at August 16, 2005 08:02 PM

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## Comments

Is this the type of thing you are talking about, http://cnx.rice.edu/content/m10099/latest/content_info?

Posted by: Brian Gray at August 16, 2005 10:13 PM

It's certainly good source data but would be better with export filters. Maybe thats something I can work on...

Posted by: Alex at August 17, 2005 06:42 PM