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Fourier Transforms in the Complex Domain
Introduction Quasi-analytic functions Szasz's theorem Certain integral expansions A class of singular integral equations Entire functions of the exponential type The closure of sets of complexExpand
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Extrapolation, Interpolation, and Smoothing of Stationary Time Series, with Engineering Applications
  • N. Wiener
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • 15 August 1949
Extrapolation interpolation and smoothing of stationary. extrapolation interpolation and smoothing of stationary. extrapolation interpolation and smoothing of stationary. on causal extrapolation ofExpand
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The Wiener RMS (Root Mean Square) Error Criterion in Filter Design and Prediction
This chapter contains sections titled: 1 Linear Filters, 2 Minimization of RMS Error, 3 Determination of the Weighting Function, 4 Realization of Operator—Mathematical Formulation, 5 RC Filter, 6Expand
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Generalized harmonic analysis
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Behavior, Purpose and Teleology
This essay has two goals. The first is to define the behavioristic study of natural events and to classify behavior. The second is to stress the importance of the concept of purpose. Given anyExpand
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Cybernetics, or control and communication in the animal and the machine, 2nd ed.
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It is the author belief that cybernetics should be considered not merely as a program to be carried out in the future, but as an existing science. Expand
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The Role of Models in Science
physics. No substantial part of the universe is so simple that it can be grasped and controlled without abstraction. Abstraction consists in replacing the part of the universe under consideration byExpand
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The Dirichlet Problem
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Purposeful and Non-Purposeful Behavior
In a recent essay (1) Professor Taylor criticizes the criteria used by Rosenblueth, Wiener and Bigelow in 1943 (2) to distinguish purposeful from nonpurposeful behavior. He also criticizes ourExpand
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Notes on random functions
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