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@article{Brown2008IdentitiesAP,
title={Identities and Parseval type relations for the L2-transform},
author={David Brown and John Maceli and Osman Y{\"{u}rekli},
journal={Applied Mathematics and Computation},
year={2008},
volume={196},
pages={426-432}
}