The Sliding Window Discrete Fourier Transform

@article{Richardson2019TheSW,
  title={The Sliding Window Discrete Fourier Transform},
  author={Lee F. Richardson and William F. Eddy},
  journal={arXiv: Methodology},
  year={2019}
}
The discrete Fourier transform (DFT) is a widely used tool across science and engineering. Nevertheless, the DFT assumes that the frequency characteristics of a signal remain constant over time, and is unable to detect local changes. Researchers beginning with Gabor (1946) addressed this shortcoming by inventing methods to obtain time-frequency representations, and this thesis focuses on one such method: the Sliding Window Discrete Fourier Transform (SWDFT). Whereas the DFT operates on an… 

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